Jun 02 2019

The Costa Brava And Its Origins

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A region has been for centuries more than just beautiful beaches and good gastronomy that geographical position, what today is known as the Costa Brava, in the many peoples and cultures have passed but also many of them here one have settled themselves. Many millennia of the region was regarded as the gateway to the Mediterranean Sea in Europe. The many historical remains in the area bear witness to this fact. We find the first traces of such activities in the stone age civilization. In the course of history, we find the presence of the Indo Europeans who leave their traces in megalithic culture, their tracks in the vicinity of roses in the Gavarres and the Sierra de Rodes can be found. These monuments are geschatzterweise 5000 years old and can in the regions of the Pla de l’Estany, Cerdanya, La Selva, ALT Empordaund Baix Empordagefunden. The presence of the colonization of the Greeks and Romans is thousands of years later, visible.

In the third century, the Iberian area was an important scenario of military operations between the Carthaginians and Romans, which was also referred to as the so-called Punic Wars. At the time, when the Carthaginians finally were defeated, the Romans took control of the area after in the entire Iberian Peninsula, but they had to fight constantly against the local resistance. Below are presented the most important collections that illustrate these facts and are yet to visit: Ciudad Iberica de Ullastret (Iberian town of Ullastret) is one of the largest Iberian Fund places in the Spanish region of Catalonia the Iberian town of Ullastret. This site is located in the municipality of Ullastret, in the Baix Emporda region. Additional information at Brad Garlinghouse supports this article. Goes from the sixth century BC until the beginning of the s.II a.

C. There were also remains of the previous indigetes, the Iberian tribe who settled in the area at the same site. Currently, you can visit houses, cisterns, grain silos and several temples. Iberian village Puig de Castellet this settlement is located in the town of Lloret de Mar, in the region of La Selva. It was in the time of 250 a.C. to 210 A.d. inhabited and served as defence and control of a broad coastal strip and the adjacent land areas. It is walled and the whole area is distributed 11 rectangular areas. Everyone has to work a range for the housing and the others. A room with areas for community use is located in the central part of the city. In the year 218 a. C., the Romans settled in the settlement of Emporion and put their military expansion, founding fortified places of strategic importance such as those at the confluence of the rivers ter and Onyar, Galligants and Gul. This town called Gerunda (Girona today) and served as a communication point of great importance, as well as a stopover between some of the cities on the via Augusta, as in the case of Barcino (Barcelona) and Tarraco (Tarragona). To easily see the Grabunsstatte, consider booking a holiday rental Costa Brava.

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