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Roman Ruins of Troia, Troia

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The Roman ruins of Tróia is an archaeological site located on the left bank of the River Sado, on the northwest side of the Tróia Peninsula, opposite Setúbal, in the Setúbal District of Portugal. The ruins, which include fish processing facilities, thermal baths, and burial sites are from between the 1st to 6th centuries CE. They have been classified as a Portuguese National Monument since 1910.
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  • The guide was amazing, the place was epic😍😍😍 I loved every minute of it😍 From Ann-Kristin and Sten. Norway.  more »
  • ... especially if you love history! :-) The place is very well preserved and was built to help us to understand the history and facts behind the place and work done in the facility.  more »
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  • Historical ruins. Interesting, plenty of explanations about the history and what you are seeing. It's not too big and the entrance is paid. However there's a site still not open to the public with excavations in progress. The road to reach the ruins is dirt and only fits one car in some places. Recommended to drive slowly specially around bends.
  • Short but very interesting tour. Guides are very friendly and fluent in english. The abandoned boats on the beach near the ruins are also recommendable.

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