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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CIRCUS • The roman circus was a large openair venue used for public events in the ancient • Roman Empire.
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.
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.
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.
THE END By Carles, Damian, Adam, Bartek and Aitor