The archaeological site at Dougga, Tunisia, boasts some of the most amazing Roman ruins on the African continent, dating from around the second or third century CE. The main attraction is the theatre that overlooks the vast cereal valley below, which was capable of seating up to 3,500 people.
Around the theatre is a sprawl of other buildings, including baths, cisterns and aqueducts, and many temples. One of these temples is the capitol, another of the site's best preserved buildings, dedicated in its time to Jupiter, Juno and Minerva.
Many impressive statues and mosaics have also been found at the site.