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ENTRANCE TO TARRAGONA HISTORY MUSEUM
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

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Uppladdad: 04/05/2009
Uppdaterad: 26/09/2014
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