Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Sirmium – history to write about

Belgrade, June 11. 2010. (Serbia Today) -  Doctor Michael Warner, Professor at the State University of New York has been working together with our archeologists for more than a decade in researching Sirmium, a valuable archeological Roman site in Serbia. Recently Warner promoted his English-Serbian monography on Sirmium. Michael Warner is an expert on the Roman architecture and sculpture with more than three decades experience on excavations in the Balkans and the North America. In recent years he has been involved in international project of tourist promotion of the Roman archeology in the territory of Serbia. “In these group of monuments there are also: the capital of the Viminatium province (near Pozarevac), military camps Singidunum (Belgrade), Diana (near Kladovo), Romuliana (Zajecar), Naisus (Nis), the birth place of Czar Constantine and a villa in Mediana (Nis). Sirmium with the Emperor’s Palace is an entrance gate to this series of chief tourist destinations which represent Itinerarium Romanum of Serbia or ‘The Road of Culture of Roman Emperors in Serbia”, said Warner for daily Blic.

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