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Best bit about this arch, due to most of it being robbed away is that a couple of nice tapas bars are in the corner and it makes it romantic. Hey it is nearly a couple of thousand years old so let's give it a...More
A location not to miss when visiting the historical centre of Merida is the “Trajan Arch”. This arch has being built in the first half of the first century AD C. in Augusta Emerita, it is an entrance arch to the provincial forum. The arch...More
Not much remains but there is enough to give a view of the size and splendour of the arch when it was built. Also helps to imagine the size and scale of Merida as a Roman city.
There is one information board to help explain...More
With Roman ruins popping up all over town for some reason we thought this would be more spectacular. Probably not worth seeking out on a hot day but certainly worth finding on an evening stroll...there is also a bar with a view!