List of Roman sites in Spain

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This is a list of existing Roman sites in Spain .


Archaeological sites




Triumphal arches








Public baths and thermals




Quarry and mines

Christian buildings

Other architecture


See also

Roman Villas in Spain and Portugal ( KMZ File)

Camps and forts

Roads and road stations

See also

Vias Romanas en Castilla y Leon Roman Roads in Castilla and Leon



See also

Ancient Ports – Ports Antiques Spain and Portugal


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