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    Default Roman borderline Limes in Germany (with overlay) discussion

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    Roman borderline Limes in Germany (with overlay)

    Approximately locations of all castells along the Roman Limes:



    1 Niederbieber

    2 Heddesdorf

    3 Niederberg

    4 Arzbach

    5 Bad Ems

    6 Marienfels

    7 Hunzel

    8 Holzhausen

    9 Kemel

    10 Zugmantel

    11 Heftrich

    12 Kleiner Feldberg

    13 Saalburg

    14 Kapersburg

    15 Friedberg

    16 Langenhain

    17 Butzbach

    18 Arnsburg

    19 Inheiden

    20 Echzell

    21 Oberflorstadt

    22 Altenstadt

    23 Markoebel

    24 Rueckingen

    25 Gross-Krotzenburg

    26 Seligenstadt

    27 Stockstadt

    28 Niedernberg

    29 Obernburg

    30 Woerth

    31 Trennfurt

    32 Miltenberg Altstadt

    33 Miltenberg Ost

    34 Wallduern

    35 Osterburken

    36 Jagsthausen

    37 Oehringen Buerg

    38 Oehringen Rendel

    39 Mainhardt

    40 Murrhardt

    41 Welzheim West

    42 Welzheim Ost

    43 Lorch

    44 Schwaebisch Gmuend - Schirenhof

    45 Boebingen

    46 Aalen

    47 Rainau-Buch

    48 Halheim

    49 Ruffenhofen

    50 Dambach

    51 Gnotzheim

    52 Gunzenhausen

    53 Theilenhofen

    54 Ellingen

    55 Weissenburg

    56 Burgsalach / Oberhochstatt

    57 Boehming

    58 Pfuenz

    59 Koesching

    60 Pfoerring

    61 Eining




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    Please delete this file. I have made a new improved one waiting to be approved.

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    We don't delete, we exchange the files and mark it as updated...

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    OK, then please delete the text in the file included "with overlay" and the hack and insert this hack and text instead:

    Location of all the ancient roman forts along the borderline Limes. It became World Heritage by the UNESCO in 2005.
    Many of the forts are still visible. Others are hidden under buildings and fields.

    http://www.deutsche-limeskommission....the_limes.html
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    Done.

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