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5.0 Stars written by luca bota
A Roman memorial plaque ("Tabula Traiana"), 4 metres wide and 1.75 metres high, commemorating the completion of Trajan's military road, is located on the Serbian side facing Romania near Ogradina. In 1972, when the Iron Gate Hydroelectric Power Station was built (causing the water level to rise by about 35m), the plaque was moved from its original location, and lifted to the present place.
The text was interpreted by Otto Benndorf to mean:
Emperor Caesar son of the divine Nerva, Nerva Trajan, the Augustus, Germanicus, Pontifex Maximus, invested for the fourth time as Tribune, Father of the Fatherland, Consul for the third time, excavating mountain rocks and using wood beams has made this road.
4.0 Stars written by Mohamed Osman
Another Roman empire stamp on another place in the world , only accessible by marine way , get a boat from the Danube shore on the Romania borders on Orşova and if you know basic Latin you will read that Romans passed here in 102 AD , Nice piece of art
4.0 Stars written by Jakub Berent
Turistic attraction. From boat you can see the details.
4.0 Stars written by Anca Vieriu
Tabula traiana is situated on the serbian shore. It can be seen if you go by boat, but only from afar if you come from the romanian shore due to border issues. If you come from Serbia, you can go closer. It was moved higher 30 m not to be cover by Danube's waters
5.0 Stars written by Cosmin R Roman
One of the most interesting Roman Empire prints in this corner of the world! You can see the sculpture from a boat at a pretty close distance...