Tarragona, formerly called Tarraco, is a Roman city founded around 218 BC that quickly became the capital of Hispania Citerior, one of the two provinces into which Hispania (former Iberian Peninsula) was originally divided after the conquest by the Roman Republic.
The heritage of the antique Romans is present in a really important way, with a architectural set recognized as Humanity Heritage by the UNESCO, that includes, among others, the forum, the amphitheatre, the circus or the wall. Other important monuments or attractions are the Ferreres aqueduct, known as the Pont del Diable, the Berà Arch, Museum and necropolis paleocristians, Pedrera del Mèdol, roman theatre, Escipions Tour, roman village of Centelles and the roman village of Munts.
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