Hadrian’s Wall is a 73-mile stone barrier built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian on the northern border of Brittany beginning in 122 A.D. Spanning the northern English countryside from the North Sea to the Irish Sea, Hadrian's Wall is marked by a well-maintained walking trail along ruins of numerous forts, milecastles, turrets and earthworks.
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