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Fire torches on Hadrian's wall in 2010. | Author: Gary Dickson | Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike license 2.0
In 2012, fire torches were lit on the remains of the
Hadrian’s wall to commemorate the 1600th anniversary of leaving the Britain (412 CE) by the Romans. In total there were 500 points of light. A similar event took place in 2010.
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