In Romania, Roman road was discovered during construction of A3 highway
In the north-western part of Romania, near the village of Sutoru, a Roman road was discovered during the construction of the A3 highway, which certainly allowed to connect the nearby Roman castrum Optatiana.
From what I have read, the authorities are not planning to keep Roman remains, and the construction of the highway is to be continued. Apparently, talks are currently underway on the creation of a small museum by the road and showing a fragment of it in the glazing.
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