Where Am I?
- Rome conquered this ancient Punic trading post and converted it into a base for the conquest of the kingdoms of Mauritania.
- The site comprises Byzantine, paleo-Christian, Phoenician and Roman ruins alongside other indigenous monuments.
- This coastal city has one of the oldest and most extensive burial grounds of the Punic world — sixth to second century B.C.
- Vandals invaded in the 430s, and the Byzantines reconquered the city in 534. It fell into decline in the sixth century and never recovered.
ANSWER: Tipasa archaeological site, 70 kilometers west of Algiers, Algeria
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