View of ancient Babylon, originally founded in 2300 BC. It grew into one of the largest cities of the ancient world and was capital city of Mesopotamia from the 18th to 6th centuries BC. It's remains are located in what's now Iraq.
These partial-portrait Etruscan sarcophagus lids continue to decorate a pedestrian bridge in picturesque Tuscania, Italy. Date unknown, but likely 3rd-2nd century BCE.