England | Roman fort at Hadrian's wall donated to English Heritage

A Roman fort at Hadrian’s wall, in Northumberland, built around 122AD and which housed a garrison of 500 soldiers from Gaul, has been given to the nation.

English Heritage has announced that Carrawburgh Roman fort has joined sites such as Stonehenge, Tintagel castle, and Eltham palace, in the national collection of historic sites and properties following its gift by a landowner.

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