Ruínas de Conímbriga
The former Roman city of Conímbriga was constructed above a population from the late Iron Age and here it stands out its monumental defensive wall with about 1500 metres long. The entrance was probably made through a vaulted structure with two doors of which one was a movable door. This last opening was fortified by two small towers. It is classified as a National Monument.
- Easy external parking
- Archeological sites
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Monuments near Ruínas de Conímbriga
Cruzeiro de Vila Seca
Cruise dating from 1140, with a cylindrical shaft and, at the top, a pattern of arms of Portugal and a cross of the order of Christ.
Aqueduto Romano de Conímbriga
This ancient aqueduct can still observe the water catchment area for the Roman city of Conímbriga and traces to an extension of 3550 feet. Water catchment syst…
Busto do Padre Doutor João Antunes
Bust erected in tribute to father João Antunes, painter, founder of the choir of St.petersburg and meritorious of the school of Arts and crafts.
Casa das Colunas
Building dating back to 1974, with the main facade of staggered composition. The porch with Tuscan columns, which give you the name, no longer exists, only two…