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Villa Romana La Olmeda, Pedrosa de la Vega
Categories: Archaeology Tours, Art Museums, Museums, Tours
Villa Romana La Olmeda is located in Pedrosa de la Vega. Our Carrion de los Condes trip generator makes visiting Villa Romana La Olmeda and other Carrion de los Condes attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Un sitio espectacular , muy bien conservado y te puedes hacer una idea de todo lo que pasaba por allí. ImpresionanteA site spectacular, very well preserved and you can make an idea of all that passed by there. Impressiveshow original
A superb hunting mosaic well displayed and protected in the context of a luxurious Roman villa. If you have only a moderate interest in the roman world, this is worth a visit.
Although a 25km detour from the Burgos-Leon motorway, this is one exhibit we are relieved we didn't miss. Undercover so great as it was raining heavily, the Reception staff spoke English and had a pam... read more »
AnonymousEnter the Olmeda is to enter the Roman time of coup. The excellent preservation of the archaeological remains and the phenomenal presentation thereof, make visiting a pleasure for any fan of the story and wing arqueología. Unforgivable not to visit it.show original
Santiago del Campo HerreroMy father in 1944 Araba Roman villa land with cows. "And I with 9 years cogia herbs" avallicas "stop you rabbits. Then it was discovered that Villa., which is a jewel, the best. Roman mosaics in Spain, comparable to the Merida.animo to visit it. I'm from Cabinas de la Vegashow original
Ignacio FernándezA magical place, back to a past of the fourth century that shows us how they lived the patricians and shows us that even the most sophisticated civilizations can derailshow original
Alex PascualExcellent museum on the ruins of an ancient Roman villa. The evolution can be observed from the high Empire until the late-Antiquity, and is very well explained the abandonment of cities and the transformation towards a feudal economy. Very well preserved mosaics.show original
Miguel CWonderful collection of mosaics. The Museum is very well designed, the visit is very nice. Facilities and accesses are very good.show original
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