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ROMAN MONUMENTS. CIRCUS. The roman circus was a large openair venue used for public events in the ancient Roman Empire. AQUEDUCTE DE LES FERRERES.

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    2. CIRCUS • The roman circus was a large openair venue used for public events in the ancient • Roman Empire.

    3. AQUEDUCTE DE LES FERRERES • The Aqüeducte de les Ferreres (also known as Pont del Diable, English: Devil's Bridge) is an aqueduct in Spain constructed by the Roman Empire to supply water to the ancient city of Tárraco. The aqueduct is located 4 kilometers north of Tarragona, in the Autonomous Comunity of Catalonia. The aqueduct is part of the Archaeological Encemble of Tárraco, which was added to the UNESCO's list of World Heritage • Sites in 2000.

    4. Roda de Barà • The Roman Via Augusta ran through the municipality, and a triumphal arch survives in the middle of the present N-340 coast road: it is a protected historico-artistic monument.

    5. The wall of Tarragona • The Wall is a near Tarragona Roman military surrounding the old city of Tarragona, in the homonymous province, the autonomous region of Catalonia in Spain.

    6. THE END By Carles, Damian, Adam, Bartek and Aitor