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Portico del Foro, Merida
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Portico del Foro is located in Merida. A visit to Portico del Foro represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Merida tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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Si se tiene un mapa de la zona histórica, y aún sin él, no se tendrá problema para recorrer el camino al Teatro y Anfiteatro, visitando todas estas maravillas del Imperio, que están bien señalizadas y... read more »If you have a map of the historic area, and even without it, will be problem to travel the road to the theatre and amphitheatre, visiting all these wonders of the Empire, which are well signposted and located in a lovely tour of this historic cityshow original
Es super bonito, muy bien conservado, es admirable el estado. Te lo encuentras en medio de la ciudad sin esperarlo. GenialIt is super nice, very well preserved, is admirable State. You find it in the middle of the city without expecting it. That's greatshow original
Портик находится в паре минут ходьбы от храма Дианы. Сохранилось немного- пара колонн и несколько полуразрушенных статуй. На самом портике прекрасные изображения Зевса и Медузы. Но нам понравилось, вз... read more »Portico is located a few minutes walk from the Temple of Diana. Preserved a little pair of columns and a few dilapidated statues. At the portico beautiful images of Zeus and Jellyfish. But we liked the look.show original
Juan Antonio Valdivieso GonzálezIt was the first Roman ruin that I saw in the city, I was surprised when crossing a corner and.. .in end, go impact! I loved also that on the days that we went (11 and 12 June - 2016) developed scenes characterized by very well-dressed time actors and also taught the public ways of living and Roman customs. With objects, tools and clothing that we got to try us.show original
Carlos Vicente RubioRemains of what was once the Forum of Emerita Augusta is very cerda of the Temple of Diana, and it appears that it is what remains of a corner of a porch which formed part of the ancient Roman Forum of Emerita Augusta, this important city of Hispania, Spanish province of Imperial Rome, which was founded to accommodate the retirement of the "retired" legionaries (Emeritus) of the legions V Alaudae and X Gémina. In its day the portico was covered marble, what still remains, as well as the medallions with heads representing Jupiter, Medusa and caryatids. Currently it is very pleasant to stroll through the streets and be able to contemplate these columns and stones that return us to a time remote and fascinating.show original
Gloria NavarroImpressive siteshow original
Juan rivasA work of art of Mérida.show original
No ni ná DiseñosAmazing beefshow original
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