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Archeology Sundays is a program of guided tours organized by the Archaeological Archive of Lleida City Council.

The municipal archeology section was born in 1992 and the current Archaeological Archive, inaugurated in 2009, is the last milestone of a long itinerary through various premises that culminated in the construction of a space expressly designed to containg the remains of the past and all the documentation generated by the excavations carried out in the city's territory, so that they can be consulted by researchers and visited and enjoyed by citizens and tourists.

The archaeologists of this municipal section will explain an important part of the archaeological heritage through characters and objects linked to different historical periods and spaces of Lleida city.

These visites are recommended to be done with the family. In the archaeological archive, for example, while the archaeological warehouse is being taught, children can be archaeologists and excavate a sandpit, make a mosaic like the Romans, reconstruct ceramic pieces ...



Guided visits to archaeological city sites

1. The medieval walls (St. Anselm Clavé, 47)

From Ad-Darb to Camí de Ronda

Lleida through medieval walls from the Arab (IX-X) and feudal (XII-XIV) times.

2. Tanneries (Rambla Ferran, 9)

Les adoberies 

The prosperous feudal leather industry in Lleida and bleachers' workshops in the Magdalena district of Lleida city (XIII).

3. The Domus Romana (Square of Josep Prenafeta)

In the 1st and 2nd centuries AD, the roman Lleida experienced its greatest splendor and large domus (houses) proliferated, such as the one that hides the Municipal Auditorium.

4. The Archaeological Archive (Av. Fontanet, 26)

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A tour through the city's archaeological finds, from Roman times to the present day.

  • Every Sunday alternating the different spaces.
  • Guided tours are free, but in advance reservations by phone or email are required.
  • Possibility of arranged visits for school groups or other collectives on demand and availability.
  • The spaces can be visited freely from Monday to Friday during opening hours, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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