Carthagena

This city of Carthagena has an ancient history. This will be obvious to you when walking in the harbour and in the streets looking at the old houses. And not least, one can see it when visiting the archaeological museum of Carthagena and, among other things, seeing the remains of the Roman amphitheater. This was discovered in 1987 and brought to eyesight in the years after. Indeed worth a visit.

Make a stroll in the streets, relax at a cafe, a restaurant or a bar.

Parking of Carthagena is located in the down town street, in the harbour. If coming in the road at the sea, driving westword, one must drive through a roundabout and turn 180 degrees, then driving eastword, to find the driveway to the underground car park.

Old and new constructions
Old and new constructions
Model of the Roman forum
Model of the Roman forum
The theatre / forum
The theatre / forum
Sculpture and the imitation
Sculpture and the imitation

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