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Centro de interpretación del Circo Romano de Mérida

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El circo de Mérida es uno de los pocos circos romanos que queda en el mundo. Es un edificio muy grande en el que cabían miles de personas. Por eso, está alejado del resto de edificios de espectáculos, como el teatro y el anfiteatro. Tiene casi 2.000 años de antigüedad. Hay un centro de interpretación con una exposición sobre el circo romano. El circo está en una sola planta baja sin escalones ni rampas. El centro de interpretación tiene varias plantas. En la entrada hay una escalera con una plataforma elevadora para personas en silla de ruedas.

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Avenida de Juan Carlos I, s/n 06800
Mérida, Badajoz (Extremadura)
Spain

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