Museo Romano De Astorga, Astorga
(3.9/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • Small museum with some interesting pieces. The best the Roman route guided by some archaeological remains of the city.
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  • Its location in what they considered unduly ergastula (prison) in the 19TH seemed very appropriate. Good video and good examples of Roman, although few past. The Museum is complemented with a visit to the Roman ruins of Asturica Augusta - door, wall minor Springs, Legionary, aedes Augusti, remains of the Forum, 80 metres from the original sewer to end with what remains of mosaic from the House of the bear-. Indispensable for lovers of the classical world.
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  • It is a small museum but very nice. It is the basis of the Forum. It has very interesting pieces. The documentary which emit is very educational and entertaining. It is a very good to entertain and teach the public idea.
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  • They charge you 3 euros to enter. A 15-minute video and tell you that you download an app to see the sights of the city.
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  • See the opus caementicium or Roman concrete, in that structure horreum publicum (public granary), truly impressive.
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  • Spectacular exhibition at the Museum and theatre visit that we just did a pass we have spent it great
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  • The Museum is done on a Roman structure called the ergastula, the Museum is small but okay, I recommend making the Roman route
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  • Small and cuckoo, but essential if you want to understand the Roman origins of the city
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