Jerusalem · Cardo

Cardo Maximus of Jerusalem was the main north-south thoroughfare built by Hadrian in Aelia Capitolina (Roman name for the region of Israel/Palestine). The Cardo Maximus, was originally a paved avenue approximately 22.5 meters wide (roughly the width of a six lane highway) which ran southward from the site of the Damascus gate, terminating at an unknown point. https://madainproject.com/cardo_(jerusalem) Jerusalem Cardo