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Here you can find interesting sights in Tarragona, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 15 sights are available in Tarragona, Spain.List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Tarragona
1. Museu d'Art Modern
The Tarragona Provincial Council's Museum of Modern Art was created in 1976 to promote the study and knowledge of modern and contemporary art and, likewise, to preserve and show its artistic heritage and share it with the community. To this end, the Museum was set up, equipped with an auxiliary library, a documentation centre and a photographic archive. The building that houses the Museum, located in the Upper Part of Tarragona, is the result of the union of three houses of the eighteenth century, and rehabilitated by the architect Jaume Mutlló. In 1991, the restoration and structural conditioning as we know it today was inaugurated.
2. Santa Tecla la Vella
Santa Tecla la Vella is a chapel in the municipality of Tarragona protected as a cultural asset of local interest. Located in what is now the garden of the old cathedral moat, it is a construction that reuses materials from an older work that some scholars have linked to the old cathedral. The data that emerge from a correct interpretation of the building should help to find out one of the repeated questions of the medieval study of Tarraco: the construction of the cathedral and the canonical dependencies.
3. Capçalera del Circ Romà
Araco's circus was housed in the city's apple orchards, using land that had been state-owned since the founding of the People's Republic. It is in the upper part of Aragona, parallel to Ambrana, and in some places it maintains an excellent state of preservation. S refers to the building where horse racing develops, as well as the beams and frames that can accommodate 20,000 people. This is the venue of horse racing. Built during the reign of the assassinated emperor, it operated until the 5th century AD.
4. Museu Arqueològic de Tarragona
The National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona is a public museum located in the city of Tarragona focusing on its rich historical heritage and ancient remains. It includes archaeological findings of Tarraco's Roman and Early Christian past, as well as a library. The museum's origins lay in the 19th century, making it the oldest of its kind in Catalonia, with some collections assembling objects found from the 16th century onwards, but with most discoveries having taken place in the last 150 years.
5. Plaça dels Carros
Plaça dels Carros is a square located in the lower part of Tarragona next to the railway station and port facilities. The first news regarding its construction dates back to 1807, and the names by which it is known over time are quite varied: Plaça del Mar, del Moll, del Port, Major, Principal, Ferran VII, Olózaga, President Macià and General Sanjurjo. Although the square has undergone several changes over the years, it has become a benchmark for the port-city link.
6. Sant Agustí
Església de Sant Agustí is a church in the municipality of Tarragona protected as a cultural asset of local interest. From the old convent of Sant Agustí, which previously belonged to the Jesuits of Tarragona, only this church remains, whose artistic value is given by its links with works in Rome and to show the characteristic features of the so-called "Escola del Camp". It is currently guarded by the priests of the parish of San Francisco, to which it belongs.
7. Balcó del Mediterrani
The editor's nickname is the 23-meter-high, uneven cliff, at the far end of the sea in Owaambu, Aragona, protected by exquisite iron railings. In front of L is the monument of Catalan navigator Ogle de Luria. From the balcony, you can see magnificent sea views, ports, railway stations, pastures, beaches and Iraqi mountains, as well as a part of the city. Ls Tarragonins, when they were walking around Ambra, they said they were going to "strike the iron" to Ambra.
8. Casa Castellarnau
Asa Astrano is an aristocratic residence in Aragona town, which is protected as a local cultural attraction. S is currently in use at historic headquarters in Aragona. A building built in the administrative square of Tawenciale in Roman times. In 1993, the excavation in the courtyard excavated a series of Roman buildings outside the rostrum of the provincial representative square.
9. Sant Pau del Seminari
Sant Pau del Seminari is a chapel in the municipality of Tarragona protected as a cultural asset of local interest. It is one of the oldest and best preserved testimonies of The Romanesque of Tarragona. The chapel is mentioned in a document from the early thirteenth century. Linked to Santa Tecla la Vella and with decorative details of the cloistered enclosure.
The Church of Nazareth is a church in the old town of Tarragona, protected as a cultural asset of local interest. Although nothing remains of the primitive building of the thirteenth century, the temple of the sixteenth century and the successive restorations allow us to understand the dynamics of the constructions in the city of Tarragona.
11. Amfiteatre Romà
Aragona Grand Theater is an ancient Roman building, which is relatively well preserved and well restored. His management depends on Aragones' use of history. Araco, part of S archaeological collection, was declared by human beings in 2000. It is the cultural value consideration of nationality.
12. Catedral de Tarragona
The Cathedral of Tarragona is a Roman Catholic church in Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain. The edifice is located in a site previously occupied by a Roman temple dating to the time of Tiberius, a Visigothic cathedral, and a Moorish mosque. It was declared a national monument in 1905.
13. Torre del Pretori
The provincial forum of Tarraco is a Roman archaeological site in Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain, encompassing an area of 18 ha. Together with other Roman remains in the city makes the Archaeological Ensemble of Tarraco, which was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2000.
14. Fortí de la Reina
Tool L Ortiz is a military stronghold built during the Uruguay River era in the 18th century, strategically located on the Uruguay River in Aragon and controlling the coastline. S is talking about the nationality of a nation.
15. Teatre Romà
The Roman theatre of Tarraco was a Roman theatre built in Tarraco in the time of Augustus in the area of the local forum and the port, the planners took advantage of the steep slope of the hill to build part of the seating.
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