The Cathedral of Tarragona
is a microcosm of the Spain's turbulent but colorful past--Romans, Visigoths, Arabs, Jews, and Catalans have all called the area home. However, recent excavations reveal that long before the conversion of Spain to Christianity, there was a shrine of tremendous size dedicated to the Emperor Augustus (63 BCE - 14 CE) and in use until the Fifth Century CE. This shrine was located directly under the present Cathedral.
Be sure to read more in this article
by the Catalan News Agency
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