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Aquis Querquennis, Bande

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  • century Roman camp l built near the via nova, you can see doors, a perte of trench and troop barracks plants, halls and courtyard with cistern in the Middle
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  • Magnificent hot springs to have a moment of disconnection in the countryside, after relax in them can take a small walk to see the remains of the Roman camp at 200 mts, assumed that it was guarding the Via Nova, Roman road that linked the Roman cities of Astorga and Braga in Portugal
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  • Reservoir level permitting, is a sin being close to the thermal baths and the Roman camp and not to visit it.
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  • Spectacular conservation. A place where it seems that stopped time. Essential visit.
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  • Interesting interpretation centre. Very helpful informants. Road 800 metres aprox. To find a Roman camp between the towns of the time of Bracara (Braga), and Lucus Augusti (Lugo). 500 metres there are remains of thermal baths. STILL WORKS! a tank with hot water. Rebuilt camp perimeter. It is incredible to find these traces in the middle of the field. You takes sometime to 2,000 years ago. Robleda. The camp. Hustle and bustle of people. Roman soldiers. Hot springs. Trucks. Horses...
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  • A place that is worth to be visited but needed to improve access.
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  • If you like ancient history, visit Roman ruins is never over. It is interesting to see where you chose to place these buildings.
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