Roman Colonnade in Cartagena, Spain

Cartagena has several Roman ruins dating from their occupation from 209 BC until 425 AD. Many major sites are still being excavated. Occasionally, remnants of this era are discovered by accident. The Roman Colonnade was uncovered in 1957 during routine sewer maintenance. At the base of the eight columns are limestone slabs. These were part of the Roman road adjacent to the ancient building.

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Calle Morería Baja, 26, 30201 Cartagena, Murcia, Spain

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