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What made roman roads so unique?

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They where in a straight line.

No. The above is a common misconception among Americans and is simply not borne out by archaeology. They were straight where possible but curved considerably around geographical features, notably on the Simplon Pass. The more accurate answer to the OP is that all roads led to Rome.

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