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In the heyday of the Roman Empire created a large network of roads connecting provinces 113
A team of scientists Moovel Lab from Stuttgart studied land routes in Europe, the study of mobility in cities, writes with reference to.
The network of roads covering 26500000 km2, scientists have identified 486 713 starting points from which was going to get to Rome, and put them on the map of European streets.
The algorithm, developed specifically for the project, it took more than five hours to build the shortest routes between given points in the Italian capital. The study used data from the Open Street Map software and open source. The result is a map where all roads lead to Rome.
The more often you used a certain route, the more thick line he had marked on the map.In the heyday of the Roman Empire created a vast network of roads throughout Europe, from Britain to Turkey, joining the 113 provinces with 373 routes spanning more than 80 thousand km. On this day the main roads of Europe, there are the Roman roads.