East of Tripoli in Libya, lies the only place in the world where you can view a preserved Roman city. It was one of the jewels of the Roman empire starting during the reign of Tiberius. It was built and funded by wealthy Romans, and the luxury of its day is clearly evident, with grand buildings, wide boulevards, large baths, magnificent theatre and forum, even a brothel. The Lonely Planet guide comments, “It must have been a great place to live”.
Read more about Leptis Magna over at LinkedIn here.