The territory of the Roman Empire occupied not only a large part of Europe, it reached Africa, Asia and included numerous islands. For more mobile army movement Romans built roads everywhere. Empire fell, but some roads remain to nowadays, according to dekatop.com.
Appian Way is one of the most important roads of past. The following year, it celebrates its 2,330 birthday. The road runs from Rome to Brindisi. Now this route has modern highway, where you can see small areas of ancient cover.