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MUSEO DE HISTORIA DE TARRAGONA
Tarragona

Entrada al museo de historia de Tarragona,situado en la plaza del rey, dá acceso a "les voltes del circ" lo que eran dependencias del circo romano, es realmente espectacular poder pasear por el interior del circo romano, rodeado de paredes con 2000 años de historia

Copyright: Manuel gine
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Загружена: 04/05/2009
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