I opened this thread, because I want to have a thread with old places and buildings, architecture of Roman and Byzantine Empire which is not so well-known. It includes also the byzantine medieval churches, buildings because the Byzantine Empire considered itself as a legal succesor of Roman Empire even if, it becomes during time something else. There are many byzantine churches in the today's catholic part of Roman Empire, as Italy for exemple from late antiquity, or Croatia, a place at contact between catholic and byzantine world. I consider that it's fascinating to find pieces of byzantine culture among very well-known catholic heritage which comes from a world which wasn't separated at that time. So, this is my intention, to post picture with less-known places from Mediterranean basin, Italy, Africa, the Balkans, even Asia, everywhere it can be found something important from Roman and Byzantine empires. Of course Greek Orthodox churches, and old heritage of Ancient Greece can be also post here, because it's actually the same world.