Come with David and his friend Sasha as they take you around the first century Roman Villa Rustica in Bosnia and Herzegovina also known as Mogorjelo.
The site is mostly in ruins, but it has an interesting history. It served as a military base in early 4th century and is the largest excavated Roman site in Herzegovina. Its location is no accident – the Romans strategically chose is for being at the intersection of four rivers. That is what made Mogorejlo the perfect place trade outpost.
Next door to the ruins of Mogorejlo is the restaurant Villa Rustics, where David and Sasha have a delicious lunch paired with local Herzegovina wine.
Have you ever visited the Roman Villa Rustica of Mogorejlo? Leave us a question or comment below!
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