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Centcelles monument ensemble

© Manel R. Granell

A Roman ensemble located within the municipal boundaries of Constantí. With signs of habitation dating back to the 2nd and 1st centuries B.C., it had a long existence lasting through the end of the Roman era. The remains still visible today are of an ensemble that was probably built in the 4th century A.D. between the Francolí river and the road linking Tarraco to the inland. Of special interest are the two magnificent rooms on the central plan, one of which still conserves its domed roof. Also of note are the spectacular mosaics on a Christian theme that grace the dome of the main room, which are of exceptional quality and value. Remains of the villa’s baths have also been preserved.

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Afores, s/n - Constantí (4 Km)
977 523 374
Coordinates: 
41.155846000000, 1.225995000000
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