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Northern gate of Roman fort in Bu Njem in Libya

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Remains of the northern gate of the Roman fort in Bu Njem in Libya. In ancient times, this place was called Gholaia and was founded on the initiative of the emperor Septimius Severus (193-211 CE).

The Roman fort was part of the so-called Limes Tripolitanus, fortified border of the Roman Empire in Africa.

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