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The "Castro de Coaña, Coaña"
Current configuration has been dated to the Celt-Roman era, around 1st century AD, though
the settlement is believed to have existed from the early Iron Age.
The mission of it was to guarantee the gold trade coming from the near mines.
A first indigenous settlement was responsible for the building of circular constructions.
During the Roman period these buildings had a rectangular shape.


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Kaden Kratzer03-Jul-2010 04:43
Amazing Celtic-Roman ruins. It gives a great feel for what it was back then. V
Giancarlo Guzzardi28-Jun-2010 07:12
interesting hystorical place, thanks for notes
Santi Bravo Figueras28-Jun-2010 06:12
Una captura maravillosa.
Brian McAllister28-Jun-2010 05:23
Wonderful presentation. V.
Paco López28-Jun-2010 04:28
Excelente textura y detalle!1 V!
Walter O. Koenig27-Jun-2010 21:30
Great shot of these fascinating architectural ruins. Very interesting information too. "V"
Patricia Kay27-Jun-2010 20:21
Great shot of this historical scene Jaime...BV
María Cano27-Jun-2010 19:15
¡Preciosísimo ..! Me los puedo imaginar andando por ahí .. al fín y al cabo eran sus casas .. -V-
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