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Home to a wealth of objects and artifacts from the Roman and pre-Roman history of the city, Museu Monografico de Conimbriga documents the lives and development of the region's residents. Opened in 1962, the museum has accumulated thousands of items divided into more than 30 different themes and topics dating back more than two millennia. Wander through the different exhibits and displays to learn about the area's ancient social and economic aspects and its transition into the prosperous Roman era. Check out the many household tools, currency, and artwork that played such a huge role in citizens' lives. The museum is within a national monument, nestled within the ruins of Roman houses, fountains, aqueducts, and other buildings. Don't miss the forum, reconstructed and restored to give visitors an idea of how the town looked long ago. See Museu Monografico de Conimbriga and all Condeixa-a-Nova has to offer by arranging your trip with our Condeixa-a-Nova trip generator.
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Visitámos as ruinas e o museu num dia de muito calor. Sem dúvida um local a conhecer para quem gosta de história. A meu ver falta na identificação de cada uma das ruinas uma imagem demonstrativa para ... more »We visited the ruins and the Museum in a very hot day. Definitely a place to know for those who enjoy history. In my opinion lacking in identification of each one of the ruins a demonstrative image to allow, especially those who are not so within this area, showing the shape of the buildings. Note that very still be hidden there and it is a shame that in this country there are no football resources to bring to light the rich history of our past. Metal structures built to cover part of the ruins could certainly have a better framework and do not stand out as much. Despite these details, a site that I recommend.View original
To discover a buried Roman city is one thing - to spend the next 80 years painstakingly uncovering it, rebuilding fragments to give a sense of scale and opening it for all to be stunned by, that is ex... more »
Um local que deve ser visitado. As ruínas tem uma boa explicação, junto de cada uma. O museu está espetacular! Adoramos :) more »A place that must be visited. The ruins has a good explanation, with each one. The Museum is spectacular! We love:)View original
Filipe DuarteThe origin of Coimbra, conimbriga. Must-see for anyone visiting the city of Coimbra or is in the region. Just 20 minutes ' drive from the Centre of this impressive patrimório Coímbra Roman history and a key milestone to discover the history of the region, in Portugal and in Europe.View original
Jose PiresA landmark of romanization in the Iberian Peninsula. Must-visit for anyone with children who are studying the Romans in the fifth grade. Very useful for seeing "in loco" what they learned in school. This space has a huge potential. Could be one of the most important places in Europe from the Roman period if it were better exploited. Some investment in the promotion of this site, at international level, would eventually bring results. The area of Coimbra has a number of attractions that should be "sold" on the package. Another thing: it has free entries to the 1st Sunday of every monthView original
Salney ayacheHistory of mankindView original
Pedro PaixãoMuseum about the romanization of the Condeixa and surroundings. Spectacular ruins but that should be the target of increased investment. Worth the visit.View original
Eduardo MarquesThis is a museum that must be visited.View original
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