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VOLTES DEL CIRC
Tarragona

Interior del circo romano de Tarragona, pasadizo que comunicaba las gradas con diversas dependencias del circo, asombrosamente conservado, este tramo nos permite hacer un viaje en el tiempo y ver la grandiosidad de uno de los mejores monumentos de época romana

Copyright: Manuel Gine
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Uploaded: 12/06/2009
Updated: 26/09/2014
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