117 km long
2nd century ad
Tourist attractions; Tourism impact
Management of heritage landscape. Farm buildings and working landscape adjacent to Hadrian's Wall (top to bottom- right of picture) east of Housesteads Fort and Museum. Public footpath runs right of wall (not visible). The Wall was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
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Walls, Roman -- England
Tourism and architecture
Heritage tourism -- England (Northumberland)
Architecture -- 100-200 ad
Hadrian's Wall (England)
Fortification -- England
Hadrian, Emperor of Rome, 76-138