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Roman Necropolis, Carmona

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Reviews
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  • Pretty big dig with some kind of visitor centre with short overview of funeral culture and Tomb relics. Terrace from which you have a good overview of the site. Gives a well-groomed impression, although some paths were no longer accessible. Free visit and free, so you spend so much time to look and see if you will.
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  • Is the latent story, a Roman Cemetery dating from 1st century with numerous tombs and graves, with easy access in most. It's a huge and great, the tombs the differences of class, most illustrious families and peasants by the magnificence of the monuments. There is still a great part in the exploration phase, is in the historic centre of Carmona, the other side is a huge Roman arena theater, I believe it was where ensured the bodies. The place is little visited.
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  • This is a really wonderful place, an eye opener onto Roman civilisation and the way of life in this part of Spain around 50BC to 100AD. The site is very sensitively laid out to allow visitors to get c...  more »
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  • To be seen when you visit this lovely town.
  • It is common to find Roman ruins in many places of the peninsula, but it is the first necropolis which I visited. It is a well-preserved archaeological site and provides appropriate information about its subject matter, including guided tours. Admission is free for citizens of the European Union and with a very reasonable price for the rest.
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  • Ineresante for history lovers
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  • It's one of the best Roman necropolis that exist. They are visited very few compared with those that have been excavated, which are hundreds, but they are a good approximation to the Roman funerary world.
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  • Very interesting. Best guide. The entry does not cost anything.
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