The Roman Empire is a diverse nation, with many different ethnic groups and religious groups inhabiting its lands. As a result, there is much cultural interchange between these cultures, and they merge to form an overall Roman culture.
The Great Palace of Constantinople, the residence of the Emperor and the political capital of the Empire.
The Parthenon of Athens, formerly a church, then Imperial treasury and now the palace of the King of Greece, as seen from the Latin Watchtower.
The Mausoleum of Bodrum, a large tomb and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.