13 Sights in Tarragona, Spain (with Map and Images)

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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 13 sights are available in Tarragona, Spain.

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1. Museu d'Art Modern

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The Museum of Modern Art of the Diputación de Tarragona was created in 1976 to promote the study and knowledge of modern and contemporary art, and also 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 center 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 was inaugurated as we know it today.

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2. Santa Tecla la Vella

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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 pit, it is a construction that reuses materials from an older work that some scholars have linked to the old cathedral. The data that emerges from a correct interpretation of the building should help to find out one of the repeated questions of the medieval study of Tarragona: the scaffolding of the cathedral and the canonical dependencies.

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3. Museu Arqueològic de Tarragona

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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.

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4. Casa Castellarnau

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Casa Castellarnau is a manor house in the city of Tarragona protected as a cultural asset of local interest. It is currently the headquarters of the Tarragona History Museum. The building was built inside what in Roman times it was the administration square of the Provincial Forum. Excavations carried out in 1993 in the courtyard revealed a whole series of Roman period structures corresponding to the podium of the portico of the large representation square of the province.

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5. Balcó del Mediterrani

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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.

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6. Plaça dels Carros

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Lhasa Droros is a square located in the lower part of Aragona, next to the railway station and port facilities. The earliest information about its construction can be traced back to 1807, and as time goes by, people are familiar with various names: AR Square, DER Obe, DER Ort, Ajor, Rincipal, DER Eran, Lozaga, President Ajian and General Anjurjo. Algrat Square has undergone several changes over the years and has become a landmark link of the port city.

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7. Iglesia de San Agustín

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Ant Gustas Church is a church in Aragona Township, which is protected as a local cultural attraction. E the former monastery of Gusty, Antwerp, originally belonging to the Jesuits of Aragon, retained only this church, whose artistic value is due to its connection with Omar's works and its characteristic characteristics of the so-called "Scola of Antwerp". It is guarded by the priest of Ant Lion Parish and belongs to it.

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8. Torre dels Escipions

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Torre dels Escipions / Public domain

Torre dels Escipions is a funerary tower built by the Romans on the outskirts of Tarraco, ancient Roman city that corresponds to the present city of Tarragona. The Torre dels Escipions is one of the elements of the Archaeological Ensemble of Tarraco, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the tower being identified with the code 875-010.

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9. Natzaret

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The church of Nazareth is a church in the old town of Tarragona, protected as a cultural asset of local interest. Although there is nothing left of the primitive building of the 13th 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.

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10. Sant Pau del Seminari

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Antwerp Theological Seminary is a church protected as a local cultural masterpiece in Aragona Township. S is one of the oldest and best preserved witnesses of romantic Tarragoni. Capella was mentioned in an early 13th century document. Inlaid with Anta ECLA LA, with ancient road decoration details.

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11. Catedral de Tarragona

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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.

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12. Torre del Pretori

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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.

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13. Fortí de la Reina

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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.

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