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Cartagena


Cartagena, originally the capital city of the Phoenicians, but conquered by the Romans can show us the only Phoenician remained: The wall (Museum), the Roman Theatre and a public building. The wall museum I placed in Museums. The other 2 features are here

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Excavation
Excavation of the public building
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Public
Public Roman building
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Frigidarium
Frigidarium in public building
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Atrium
Atrium in the public building
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Impluvium
Impluvium in public building
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Remains
Remains of the atrium public building
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Picture
Picture of the peristylum of the Roman public building
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Peristylum
Peristylum of the public building
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Party
Party rooms in the public building
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Storage
Storage room in public building
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Party
Party rooms in public building
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Wallpainting
Wallpainting in public building
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Wallpainting
Wallpainting in public building
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Stairs
Stairs in public building
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Picture
Picture as market place
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Picture
Picture before excavation
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Picture
Picture place cleared
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Theatre'
Theatre
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Theatre
Theatre Cartagena
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Podium
Podium of the Roman theatre in Cartagena
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