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Ancient places related to Mithras

Location of Mithraea and other monuments, inscriptions and objects related to Mithras.
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    Bergamo is a city in the alpine Lombardy region of northern Italy, approximately 40 km northeast of Milan, and about 30 km from Switzerland, the alpine lakes Como and Iseo and 70 km from Garda and Maggiore.
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    Potaissa was a castra in the Roman province of Dacia, located in today's Turda, Romania.
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    Napoca was a Roman castra in the province of Dacia.
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    Storgosia was a Roman road station and later a fortress, located in the modern Kaylaka Park in the vicinity of modern Pleven (North-central Bulgaria). Pleven is today the seventh most populous city in Bulgaria.
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    The roman castrum was built in the 2nd century BC. During the reign of Emperor Augustus in the 1st century BC, it officially became a city and was part of the Roman colony of Colonia Iulia Parentium.
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    Italica was an ancient Roman city in Hispania; its site is close to the town of Santiponce in the province of Seville, Spain.
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    Waidbruck is a comune in South Tyrol in northern Italy, located about 20 kilometres northeast of Bolzano.
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    Volubilis is a partly-excavated Berber-Roman city in Morocco situated near the city of Meknes that may have been the capital of the Kingdom of Mauretania, at least from the time of King Juba II.
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    Palermo is a city in southern Italy, the capital of both the autonomous region of Sicily and the Metropolitan City of Palermo, the city's surrounding metropolitan province.