Conímbriga Ruins


Conímbriga Ruins
Photo: Andreas Trepte License: CC BY-SA 2.5
Conímbriga is one of the largest Roman settlements in Portugal, and is classified as a National Monument. Conímbriga lies 16 km from Coimbra. The site also has a museum that displays objects found by archaeologists during their excavations.

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Conímbriga Ruins

The city walls are largely intact, and the mosaic floors and foundations of many houses and public buildings remain.

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  • Ancient Structures

    Conímbriga is the best-preserved Roman ruins in Portugal. Archaeological evidence tells us that Conímbriga was inhabited between the 9th century BC and 7th / 8th century AD.
  • National Monuments

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