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Basílica de Santa Eulalia, Merida

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  • This is one of those places that, without a guided tour, not even half of its architectural and historical value would appreciate. They impressed the amount of remains from different eras that underneath this basilica and the history that surrounds them. It's worth the time.
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  • I do not understand that allows visitors to visit the crypt, rather than interesting, where could be buried the martyr Santa Eulalia - during the persecutions of Diocletian - and yet the basilica remains closed. With whom have we encountered? A criticism to the managers/leaders.
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  • We entered without any reference or previous recommendation and we impressed its conservation and beauty; to my particular ceiling of wood in one of his vaults.
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  • Excellent set of very well-preserved temples. The place has a special magic.
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  • An impressive Roman complex under the lower Basilica of Santa Eulalia. Remains of the Roman temple dedicated to Mars, the early Christian Basilica, and the Roman necropolis. In addition there are Visigoths remains. Along with the xenodoquio, it forms a unique complex.
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  • The Roman remains that are under the basilica are very well explained and it is very interesting. If these in Merida is worth visiting them. With regard to the basilica itself was closed and it was impossible to see it so I can not say, but if you have the remains below, should give it to the city and be visited as serious cultural place made with any other building.
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  • A work of 10. Brutal the work of discovering the remains and keep them open to visitors under the floor of the Church today. Phenomenal effort educational show the different strata. Panels, dioramas... The best.
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  • It seems totally impossible under this church we can find a set of Roman remains.
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