Museo del Foro de Caesaraugusta, Zaragoza
(3.9/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Museo del Foro de Caesaraugusta is located in Zaragoza. Use our Zaragoza trip itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Museo del Foro de Caesaraugusta and other attractions in Zaragoza.
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  • The great excavation made to restore Roman remains and the sewer main line impresses. The beams and columns of concrete that have made to support the old plaza and that you can visit this excavation is a work of great magnitude. It's all very well explained, with models and re-creations.
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  • It is a museum showing the Roman remains of the Roman zaragoza, they found in the basement of the Plaza de la Seo and its entrance is through a prism of Iranian Onyx plates. (for my bad). In it two different times, are the first from the 1st century to C. of the Emperor Augustus, which is the market, sewer and drinking water pipes. The second from the time of Tiberius and seen the Forum, the cloaca, channels and other remains near the river port.
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  • Worth visiting if raining and wonderful history of Roman life in this part of Spain. Superb architecture below the city streets. 
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  • The city has gone to considerable expense to expose it's Roman past. This site is one of 4 in the neighborhood. Very much worthwhile seeing if you're interested in the Roman past.
  • Largely just foundations of Roman forum, but some interesting remains.
  • A journey through the basement of the town to see a piece of what was formerly. It is always well around the ancient ruins, and more if you are so well prepared.
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  • It is very good.
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  • I liked it so much
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