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Termas Romanas de Campo Valdes, Gijon

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  • When I travel somewhere usually investigate what Roman remains there to visit, so could not miss a tour of these springs. The audio-visual principle is very enlightening to learn the purpose of you're building, as well as panels that we'll see during our visit. In addition to be able to see the different rooms, are also exposed some of the objects found during the excavation. A tour of the most interesting.
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  • If you like the Roman culture, this is your place. They are not overly large but have very good explanations and very well-kept. They are soon
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  • Is one of those places that visit in Gijón and more in the site where this located, there is that pay a modest price, not are very large is come fast, but are very well preserved and you makes an idea of as lived them Roman.
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  • Since 1995 in Gijón you can visit the Campo Valdés Roman baths, discovered in the restoration works of the Church of San Pedro, which is located just above. These small Springs, fairly well preserved, allow us to know how they were the Roman baths, its influence on everyday life and how managed to keep the hot water. Apart from the hot springs, there are several explanatory panels with objects of the excavation, an introductory video and information panels along the way. A highly recommended visit for anyone who likes to see the Roman past and engineering who had.
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  • Very cool
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  • A great place in Gijon where you can sit in a park and enjoy everyone who passes through there.
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  • The Museum was opened in 1995, being conceived as a museum. The visit is divided into two parts. a first introduces us to the vision of the baths in the Roman world; performance, history, using projections and models. Then you visit via a gateway which you can see the ranches and archaeological remains found.
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  • remains of the baths and some original paintings, very well explained, that if, if you like the historical theme, it is worth. It is a quick tour. Eye with the head in some parts.
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