Roman vaults Nuncio Viejo
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Roman vaults Nuncio Viejo

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The intervention conducted by the Consortium of Toledo has tried the adequacy and value of this re ¬ belt located in the basement of the Calle Nuncio Viejo and con ¬ structive elements that make up led by the architect Teresa Simoes. It is a system of walls and vaults dating, according to archaeological studies cos ¬ charged, from Roman times. In the environment of these basements are tran ¬ Encounter two of the ma ¬ Roman remains found greater importance in the city, the Roman baths and tanks of water distribution network of the jack ¬ us the tax office. The start value, plus direct intervention on those building blocks, based on its restoration has been carried out looking for the possibility of expo ¬ sition to the public, making it viable through a tour that brings the elements of interest facilitating the ob ¬ servation and creating an environment that emphasizes the values that the exhibition space had potential. New construc ¬ tive elements and facilities made now to achieve this goal have been based on simple parameters, current architectural and formal differentiation with the existing remains, seek ¬ ing their integration into the whole, while respecting their time and ¬ tion at all times, the primary hierarchy to them. During the performance of putting in value was created a double path ¬ strated that connects the three spaces through an arched gateway.

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