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Culture of the Iberians Archaeological Park, Poblat de la Moleta del Remei

La Carrova Roman villa and tower in the Ebro Valley between Amposta and Tortosa

La Carrova Roman villa and tower in the Ebro Valley between Amposta and Tortosa

The archaeological site, which is open to the public, contains the remains of one of the most important Iberian settlements in the Ilercavon territory.

It preserves a wide variety of domestic spaces, defensive structures and high-status buildings. Informative panels have been erected next to the most important structures and there is a central area with an explanation of the culture of the Iberians.

The hilltop site has magnificent views of the coast and is just a few metres from the Mare de Déu del Remei chapel. There is an educational area where a domestic space has been recreated to show what life would have been like in an Iberian house.

SPACES

<p>This Roman agricultural and stock-raising farm was located in the 1960s.</p>
The Roman villa of La Carrova
The Roman villa of La Carrova
<p>The tower was built in the 14th century at a strategic location.</p>
Torre de la Carrova
Torre de la Carrova

OBJECTS

<p>Fine chinaware plate imported from the workshop of Pisa (Italy).</p>
Fine chinaware plate imported...
Fine chinaware plate imported from Italy
<p>Capital from one of the mullion windows of the Torre de la Carrova.</p>
Capital
Capital

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