The distance Hannibal would have marched if he had set off from 75001


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Hannibal, born 247 BC, was a Carthaginian general and formidable enemy of Rome. His greatest military feat was the invasion of Italy, where he led his troops on a daring march from Spain. Travelling over the Pyrenees and Alps with the aid of elephants, he inflicted a series of defeats on the Roman armies.

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