Roman walls turned into garden walls


The 1800-year-old walls of the Roman castle in Edirne form the basis of the houses and garden walls.
Some of the walls of the fortress, built by the Roman emperor Hadrian, the founder of Edirne, to protect the city, lasted 1800 years. The remaining parts today form the basis of houses and workplaces, garden walls in the microdistricts of Dilaverbey, Chavusbey and Talatpasha. The brightest of the fortress walls is located in the area of ​​the tower of Macedonia.
Many houses are now built on the city walls. According to the authorities, the walls should be deliberately protected. If it really serves tourism, it should be turned into a park and the excavations protected.