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Roman Theater in Augusta Raurica
Switzerland

Augusta Raurica is an ancient city with a little "written"history. The richer it is in archaeological finds and historical sources. By any other Roman coins found so many, idols, brooches or jars are processed scientifically and from Augusta Raurica. The wealth of archaeological documentation and found objects in the archives in Augst is almost inexhaustible. Many of these sources have been explored. Augusta Raurica is now respected in Europe as a research center and tourist destination longer than in ancient times as a colony and commercial city. Source: www.augustaraurica.ch/

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