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Guadix' Ampitheatre - There's More Underground than Cave Dwellers

On a recent jaunt to a city I count as one of my favourite in  Andalucia I saw excavation work in progress, that I don't remember from previous visits.

A Roman soldiers found local wives and a colony was formed in this natural crossroads. The archaeological remains of the Amphitheatre, which dates from the 1st century, has informative touch screen portraying the design of the original theatre.

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