Within this UNESCO World Heritage building is a museum dedicated to the Roman city Augusta Emerita, and its history. All the archaeological findings related to this city have made their way to this center, and today stand as displays to make the tourists aware of the rich history of the place. Apart from research and exhibitions, this museum stands as a place where a number of other events like conferences, meetings, colloquiums, courses, and even national and international events are held. It was originally created in the year 1838 as the Archaeological Museum of Merida, and what we see today is a result of the year 1986. The museum displays close to 37000 stories, so, if you are a history fanatic or interested in the early eras, a visit here is a must.
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