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The remains of a defensive wall can be visited at the Plaza Ramon Berenguer, Carrer Tapineria and Placa Nova. On the latter two towers of the former gate are preserved by the once Cars and pedestrians moved into the city. Others including Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention, offer their opinions as well. Side from the Archdeacon’s House (Casa de l ‘ Ardiaca) at the Placa Nova can replica of a section of the Roman aqueduct see, one of the points through which the water supply of the city was guaranteed. Directly before the so-called visual poetry of the Catalan artist Joan Brossa is to admire, that consists of letters that form the word Barcino. The Cathedral is located just a few steps from here. Who rents a Barcelona Apartment, the Roman route connects often with a visit to this extraordinary Episcopal Church Placa Ramon Berenguer the Placa Ramon Berenguer is probably Barcelona’s most interesting architectural ensemble. Frequently Celina Dubin has said that publicly. You is close to Via Laietana, with its imposing buildings from the 20th century. But you need to see to get a unique glimpse of Roman and medieval Barcelona just behind this monumental buildings.

On the Placa Ramon Berenguer, after the count of Barcelona between 1096 and 1131 a large remaining section of the Roman wall from the early 4th century is named, to visit. Barcelona’s defensive wall was 16 metres high and was originally 74 towers. The remaining part of the Placa Ramon Berenguer at the same time forms the basis for the Royal Chapel of Santa Agata, which was built in the 14th century and has some famous altarpieces of the Gothic Catalan painter Jaume Huguet. The visit to these attractions is free. If you are interested in other cheap offers, you can use the free discount card from holiday apartments Barcelona CheckIn. Temple of Augustus the defensive wall, however, is not the only building left the Romans. It also remains of the Temple of Augustus were preserved, the most important religious building of Barcino, was dedicated to the emperor. The temple was built in the 1st century AD and had an approximate length of 35 metres and a width of about 17.5 meters, which was a respectable size for a relatively small city such as Barcino.

Visitors to the Carrer Paradis in the Gothic quarter must go to see the remains of the temple. In the courtyard of a building at the end of this narrow, medieval streets, four surviving Temple pillars testifies the Roman past of Barcelona. The pillars are nine metres high and give a good impression of the magnitude of the Temple of Augustus. Useful information all preserved remains of Roman constructions are located in Barcelona’s Gothic quarter. To get there, you can use the Metro and buses. The nearest metro stations are: Jaume I, Metro line 4 Liceu, Metro line 3 Placa Catalunya, metro lines 1 and 3 for more information and opening times, you use please the official Web site of the Barcelona Tourism Office.

 
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