About Tarragona Roman Forum
The Tarragona Roman Forum houses the ruins of what was the central square of the Ancient Roman city of Tarraco. The site is UNESCO listed.
A major Roman city, Terraco was the capital of the province of Nearer Spain. Operating at the very heart of this ancient city, the Forum was the cultural and political hub of Roman life here and stood as a mixture of public and religious buildings.
Today, little remains at this site beyond a scatterting of ruins and a few standing columns, a mere shadow of its former glory.
The Centre d’Interpretació 115 Dies in Corbera d’Ebre is a museum dedicated to the bloody Battle of the Ebro in the Spanish Civil War.
Tarragona Roman Circus is an ancient chariot racetrack, probably built in the first century AD but degraded over time.
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