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Rome Geography
Updated: 9/21/2020
Rome Geography
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  • Mountains
  • Rivers
  • The Mediterranean Sea
  • The city of Rome was built on rocky mountains and hills. They acted as a natural barrier to protect the city.
  • Roman Roads
  • Rivers were an important source of fresh water.They also were used for transportation and trade.
  • Aqueducts
  • The Mediterranean Sea was an essential part of trade with Europe, Asia, and Africa.
  • Climate
  • The Roman roads ran all throughout Rome. They wereused for trade, transportation and military use.They were a big help to the Roman Army.
  • Aqueducts transported fresh water from mountains to the city. They helped support the huge population in Rome.
  • Rome has a mediterranean climate, meaning the summers are warm and winters are mild. The climate is suitable for agriculture all year long.
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