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Yacimiento Arqueologico Gadir, Cadiz
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I had a lovely time here. We spent about an hour watching a film and looking around. I was very impressed by the augmented reality screens. They were something different to get you interested. Really ... read more »
No lo conocía y me pareció que estaba fantásticamente musealizado, al igual que aclimatado. Desconocía que estos restos pudieran ser visitados y lo recomiendo para aquellos que visiten la ciudad.I didn't and I felt that I was fantastically musealized, similar to acclimated. Unaware that these remains could be visited and recommend it to those who visit the city.show original
Pasear por Cádiz es pasear por la historia, este es uno de tantos lugares q tiene Cádiz muy interesantes. Yacimientos y teatro romano, muy bien conservardoStroll in Cadiz is to stroll through the history, this is one of many places that has very interesting Cadiz. Sites and Roman Theatre, very well conservardoshow original
Marco Ant. Gallego RodríguezWe didn't and it was a great discovery. Is can display part of them remains Phoenicians of the city of Cadiz under the theatre besides a cistern Roman, good explanation of the Guide (has a schema specific by what not is can visit by free) and a paragraph multimedia excellent.show original
Guillermo VillanegoThe visit is worth. It has the Phoenician origin of Cadiz, showing archaeological remains found in the area. Through very well made software applications you can see a reconstruction of dwellings and streets on whose ruins has built the site. It also shows at the entrance to the remains of a man, supposedly died in a fire in a House, very well preserved. All well made and presented, with a duration of 45 minutes, including explanations, a video and the visit. The visit allows you to scroll on the remains by a glass walkways that give the impression of go floating above the ground. It also calls attention screens, which allow to point to areas of the site and show them how they were at the time. Highly recommendedshow original
Jaime MercantIt has made me feel proud of my city. Very well produced, and the guide that we had was simpatiquisima. He spoke three languages, and dealt with the audience like a fish in water. Cadiz should remain open exhibitions of this kind, to publicize the rich history of the place.show original
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