Although it was already an important commercial port in the 8th century BC, Seville became a true protagonist in the history of the southern Peninsula after the year 206 BC, now Romanized, and with the later refunding by Julius Caesar in the year 45 BC. As in other Romanized cities, the few visible remains found today dont reflect the great importance they once had. Today we follow along the street that once ran from north to south of the Roman city (cardo máximo), passing through Plaza de Salvador (the location of the ancient Roman Basilica) and the Plaza de la Alfalfa (Forum), ending our walk in the Plaza de la Encarnación, where today is located the Antiquarium with its well-preserved remains from that era on display, and the famous Metropol Parasol.
- Date: May 20,2019
- Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
- Organizer Name: Departamento de Español
- Phone: 615652890
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Venue Name: Spain Madrid