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Museo del Puerto Romano, Zaragoza
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Head underground to Museo del Puerto Romano to witness the remains of the former Roman port of Zaragoza. The museum details the ancient history of the Rio Ebro, focusing mainly on the transportation of goods and commerce. Though modest in size, the site plays host to remains of the port, models, drawings, and a Spanish-language audiovisual display, all of which helps bring the bustling port back to life and stresses its importance to the development of Zaragoza. Talk to the on-site staff for more information about the waterway. Make Museo del Puerto Romano a centerpiece of your Zaragoza vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Zaragoza tour planner.
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Musée présentant les vestiges du port de Saragosse. Un film explique l'importance du fleuve pour le développement de la ville et l'organisation du port avec le forum. Il est à visiter après celui du m... read more »Museum with the remains of the port of Zaragoza. A film explains the importance of the river for the development of the city and the Organization of the port with the forum. He is to visit after the Museum of the forum to understand.show original
Como los demás edificios del tiempo romano de Cesar Augusta, el puerto tampoco fue conservado y apenas quedan unos pocos restos que sin embargo permiten apreciar o inferir la grandeza que tuvo la ciud... read more »Like the other buildings of the Roman time of Cesar Augusta, the port was not retained and just left a few however allowing appreciate or infer the greatness that had the Roman city. The video is interesting and didactic, allows you to enter the time, the story very well told, a shame that just a few stones and pillars will have preserved a great Roman city. Is a place interesting for visit together with the other three museums Roman to give is an idea of Zaragoza as Cesar Augusta.show original
Diciamo che se si pensa a grandi musei come in Italia si sbaglia tutto, Saragozza presenta molti piccoli musei ma tutti molto interessanti, compreso il porto dove viene spiegato molto bene come le att... read more »Let's say that when you consider large museums as in Italy are mistaken all, Zaragoza has many small museums but all very interesting, including the harbour where explains very well how businesses grew in past centuries. I would also add (seen reviews of someone) that here the museums costing one tenth that in Italy!! With 7 € you can visit 4 museums! So I would say that the price is very good plus they are all looked after and well kept.show original
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