Cartagena, Roman Forum District And Molinete Archaeological Park Wins Award

The Molinete area of the town of Cartagena, Spain, is a fascinating site for archaeology fans. The site of an ancient Roman city, much of the ancient city is buried underground, but

the Molinete hill has been particularly well excavated giving visitors the opportunity to see the well-preserved remains of the Roman forum, several public buildings, baths, banquet hall and atrium, all particuarly well presented in a public open-air archaeological park, with walkways and shaded areas making it a particularly pleasant way to discover ancient history.

A recent grant of 30,000 euros will help archaeological projects continue to be developed in this special place.

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