Castra of Hinova
|Castra of Hinova|
|Founded||3rd or 4th century AD|
|Abandoned||5th century AD|
|— Stone structure —|
|Size and area||46 m x 40 m (0.18 ha)|
|Recognition||National Historical Monument|
The castra of Hinova was a Late Roman fort built north of the Lower Danube in the 3rd or 4th century AD. The fort was destroyed for the first time between 378 - 379 AD. In the beginning of 5th century the fort was destroyed by Huns and finally abandoned by Romans.
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