Amphitheatre of Leptis Parva

Amphitheatre of Leptis Parva


Monastir, Tunisia (TN)
Leptis Parva was an ancient Roman city located in modern-day Tunisia. It was originally founded as a Phoenician colony during the time of the Carthaginian Empire. The city, like the rest of Carthage, became part of the Roman Republic after the Romans destroyed Carthage during the final of the Punic Wars in 146 BC.

Not much remains of the city today. Only an amphitheatre remains at the site.
Leptis Parva was an ancient Roman city located in modern-day Tunisia. It was originally founded as a Phoenician colony during the time of the Carthaginian Empire. The city, like the rest of Carthage, became part of the Roman Republic after the Romans destroyed Carthage during the final of the Punic Wars in 146 BC.

Not much remains of the city today. Only an amphitheatre remains at the site.
View in Google Earth Historical, Ancient
Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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