In 43 AD Romans attacked Britain under the command of Aulus Plautius. Ambitions of the Empire grew and spread further beyond its borders. This time a 40,000 men army was sent to conquer distant lands of England, Scotland, and Wales. Little did the invaders know that despite the organizational and military supremacy, their legions would face a severe resistance.
Who was the first nation in Wales, why Stonehenge is not as unique as you might think, where to look for the largest ancient mine in the world, and what mysteries lie behind local attractions.