About Mithraeum House – Merida
Mithraeum House (Casa del Mitreo) in Merida was an impressive Roman home built sometime in the late first, early second century. Centred on three main courtyards and with some of its intricate decoration still evident, it is clear that Mithraeum House would have been a grand residence.
The current name of Mithraeum House derives from the artefacts found there relating to the cult of Mitra.
The Merida Roman Theatre is a well-preserved first century BC structure and a UNESCO site.
The Merida Roman Circus was an Ancient Roman chariot racing arena which, though in ruins, is one of the better preserved of its type.
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