2017年5月28日 星期日

Le Corbusier 的 {東方之旅} Journey to the East 1/3


If we head east, through Dalmatia (modern Croatia) and Thracia (parts of modern day Greece, Bulgaria, and Turkey), we can travel Roman roads like the via Militaris, which ran from what is now Belgrade to what is now Istanbul. A section of the road is today visible in Dimitrovgrad, Serbia.
By taking the via Pontica you can see the craggy, ruined remains of Trajan’s bridge, which was built in 103 CE to cross the Danube in Romania. Much of it was destroyed by Trajan’s successor, Hadrian, as a precaution against invading hordes.

An artist’s interpretation of Trajan’s Bridge from 1907. (Photo: Rapsak/WikiCommons CC BY 2.0)







 Le Corbusier 的 {東方之旅} Journey to the East 1/3

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