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Ruinas de Conímbriga  #Conímbriga #Condeixa #Coimbra #Portugal

Ruinas de Conímbriga #Conímbriga #Condeixa #Coimbra #Portugal

Pictures of Lace mosaic Conimbriga, Portugal.

Like many archaeological sites, Conímbriga PORTUGAL was built in layers. The archaeological evidence tells us that Conímbriga was inhabited, at least, between the 9th century BC and 7th / 8th century AD.  The name Conimbriga derives from an early, possibly pre-Indo-European element meaning "rocky height or outcrop" and the Celtic briga, signifying a defended place. Others think that the element coni may be related to the Conii people.

Like many archaeological sites, Conímbriga PORTUGAL was built in layers. The archaeological evidence tells us that Conímbriga was inhabited, at least, between the 9th century BC and 7th / 8th century AD. The name Conimbriga derives from an early, possibly pre-Indo-European element meaning "rocky height or outcrop" and the Celtic briga, signifying a defended place. Others think that the element coni may be related to the Conii people.

Conimbriga, Portugal

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Conimbriga - Pesquisar

Conimbriga - Pesquisar

Roman ruins in Conimbriga, Portugal

Conimbriga Tourism - Tourist information on how to visit the Roman site of Conimbriga, Portugal

Conimbriga, Vestígios Romanos

Conimbriga, a national monument where you can visit the best preserved Roman Ruins of Portugal

Aqueduct of Conimbriga

Roman Aqueduct of Conimbriga

Museu e Ruínas Romanas de Conímbriga

Museu e Ruínas Romanas de Conímbriga

Conimbriga - Ruínas, Museu monográfico

Conimbriga - Ruínas, Museu monográfico

#Conimbriga #ruinas

#Conimbriga #ruinas

Conimbriga is one of Portugal’s largest Roman settlements and arguably its most important. It is classified as a National Monument for its historical importance and is a popular sightseeing destination for visitors to nearby Coimbra and the surrounding area of north central Portugal.

Conimbriga is one of Portugal’s largest Roman settlements and arguably its most important. It is classified as a National Monument for its historical importance and is a popular sightseeing destination for visitors to nearby Coimbra and the surrounding area of north central Portugal.

conimbriga - Busca do Twitter

conimbriga - Busca do Twitter

Ruínas e Museu de Conímbriga, Condeixa, Portugal | Viaje Comigo

Ruínas e Museu de Conímbriga, Condeixa, Portugal

Ruínas e Museu de Conímbriga, Condeixa, Portugal | Viaje Comigo

Conimbriga, Portugal

Conimbriga, a national monument where you can visit the best preserved Roman Ruins of Portugal

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