Museo del Foro de Caesaraugusta, Zaragoza

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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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  • One of the four museums that you can see to buy the global entry about Cesaraugusta. This is the best, good guides, how-to videos, all very educational and entertaining. You should necessarily visit.
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  • It is believed that Zaragoza was founded by the Romans at the end of the first century BC. So it would be odd if historians would not find here the remains of the Roman Forum, market and several buildings, including the sewer pipes. All this Roman legacy is the territory of the Museum and its building of modern architecture overlooks the Plaza la SEO, which constitutes a single unit with an area of Pilar. So you, bypassing the two square, don't miss the U.S. Air Force Museum and marvel at his vybivajushhemusja from the General architectural style of space ubozhestvu.
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  • Another essential stop in Zaragoza. Very large and very explanatory. Some each time there is a video with a very good explanation that makes you understand the history of the ancient Roman Zaragoza. It is very interesting to wander by the destroyed shops or the sewers. This very well located at the Pilar square.
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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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