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Numantia Museum (Garray)

In this museum, you can see remains of the Celtiberian city of Numantia, whereas the archaeological remains found in excavations are in the Numantian Museum in Soria capital.

 

Here, you can go on a tour through the ruins: 1) city walls; 2) baths; 3) drainage system and a Roman building; 4) remains of the wall with a triangular tower; 5) Roman house; 6) storage and wine cellar; 7) round water cistern and crossed streets; 8) underground area; 9) Roman house; 10) Roman house; 11) Roman streets overlying Celtiberian streets; and 12) Roman house with a peristyle.

 

There is a trapezoidal section of the walls, built with thick river stones and reinforced in some areas with quadrangular towers. On the western side, there were two gates, one of them protected by a triangular tower that still has its steps.

 

The Numantine wall includes the Watchtower Camp (Renieblas), and the Garray Camps, such as Castillejo, Travesadas, Peñarredonda, La Rasa, Alto Real, Vadeborrón and Dehesilla. Other places that are included in this site are the castles of Molino de Garrejo and La Vega, the artisanal Roman workshops located outside of Numantia and the imperial villa of Peñas Altas.

 

In the site, there are two houses that have been recreated, a Celtiberian and Roman one, that seem to take you back in time and see how they lived. Besides the archaeological site of Numantia, you can also see exhibits in the Archaeological Centre in Garray that can help visitors understand the history and culture of the people who lived there.

 

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Recreation of the Numantia walls
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