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Casa de la Fortuna, Cartagena

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  • This small museum. Interesting exhibits-restored atmosphere Roman House, located next to the road. BUT, until the object you want to go on a pretty dull streets. By the way, the word that became the name of the Museum barely distinguishable under the glass plate on the floor
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  • These archaeological remains that demarcate the distribution of a typical Roman House in the city are located in the basement of a building: rooms, its utility, part of the decoration and way of life, as well as part of the Roman road that was attached. It is a somewhat dark space where the most striking are the remains of the frescoes and mosaics on the floor. In this space have come to rebuild for a better teaching job a Triclinium. The total space isn't very big so it just does it take to visit him. As the old houses had walls, walls, doors, kitchen, sewer, street, etc. It is curious that only is exposed is because we find better remains in the area of the Roman Forum and with more luminosity.
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  • This was my wife's favorite place we went in Cartagena since she liked seeing the remnants of an ancient Roman house. The site itself is underneath an apartment building and is dimly lit so it can be ...  more »
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  • Highly recommended, if you want to experience Spanish 'Halal' culture , plenty of non alcoholic beers and wine to select from.
  • Very interesting, although the State of the ruins is regular. The fact that it is in a basement helps to recreate the atmosphere of a home. Of special interest is the façade with the Roman road. The visit lasts about 30 minutes, and the venue is air-conditioned.
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  • Beautifully restored, the House transports you to the Roman world. Explanations, gentle and complete, are a good complement to the visit.
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  • It has no great interest. For anyone who has had occasion to visit Roman ruins elsewhere in Spain... are going to be very 'justito' this place. The best is the explanation of the guides, who are frankly very enjoyable and enlightening. But what is the House, as well, if you don't have time you can dispense with the visit without any remorse.
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  • Interesting. With guided tour is highly recommended!
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