Photo of the Day from National Geographic

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Photograph by Robert Clark, National Geographic TRIER,
GERMANY The Porta Nigra, or “black gate,” still dominates Trier,
Germany. A hundred feet tall, it was built in the second century as
part of four miles of walls. Trier was a major city in the late
Roman Empire, even serving as a regional capital under several
emperors

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