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Roman Thermae of Maximinus, Braga

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  • The site still lacks better access for visitation, but the ruins offer a good historical overview of what was the Roman presence in the city of Braga. For those interested in the subject, is a must and is right at hand.
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  • Some opinions say that you have to be an understanding of Rome to value it. I don't consider myself such, but if a lover of history and if I am in any city with Roman ruins I try to visit it. These ruins leave much to be desired. When they discover the theater which is the side perhaps milk, for the moment no. The video is fine, but returns them to fail so that in the source of the idol, they have no video in Spanish. Only Portuguese and English. They must realize that there is much tourist Spanish, and in the majority of cases does not speak neither one nor the other. And if failure explanation of the video lost virtually all the magic of the place, as they do not cease to be "stacked bricks". F-o-r-e-v-e-r. That is for the benefit of all.
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  • It is a must-see for understanding the history of the city. Braga is built on the ruins of a Roman city, and few examples that have it. One of the most important are the hot springs and what appears to be a theatre to medium discover. We were lucky to find a good archaeologist also explain everything, personally took us to two sites of excavations of the city where we could see other older buildings and some amazing mosaics. Gave us an hour of your time without more effort than the show the wonders that still hides Braga in the subsoil.
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