Between 354 CE and 361 CE a huge triumphal monument was erected next to the camp and city. Contemporary reports suggest that Emperor Constantius II had it built to commemorate his victories. When the remains of Carnuntum disappeared after the Migration Period the monument remained as an isolated building in a natural landscape and led Medieval people to believe it was the tomb of a pagan giant. Hence, they called it “Heidentor” (pagan gate).
Bob Marley Mausoleum (Nine Miles, St. Ann: Jamaica)
tour takes you through the house Bob lived in and the final resting place of Robert Nesta Marley. You will get to stand on ‘Mount Zion Rock’ where Bob used to meditate and rest his head on “the pillow” made famous in the song ‘Talking Blues’. Finally, walk through the mausoleum, which is the final resting place of the King of Reggae.