Sagunto

Sagunto


Sagunto is a place that is shaped by its history. Some of its main attractions are the Castle Complex (which was destroyed by Hannibal in 210 B.C.); a Roman theatre, which has been well preserved and a maximum capacity of 8,000 spectators (where artistic performances take place throughout the summer); the remains of the acropolis with fascinating archaeological exhibits that represent the different civilisations that have settled there since the Iberian period; the doorway of a Roman circus; the archaeological museum; the Cavalry; the remains of the canvas of the Temple of Diana; the Jewish quarter; the Iglesia del Salvador (‘Church of the Saviour’, a gothic, Romanesque structure, built in the 12th century); the Church of Santa María (construction began in 1334 and it is a perfect example of gothic architecture), the arcaded Plaza Mayor; La Sangre Chapel and the Almardá and Puerto de Sagunto beaches.

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