This next Saturday, September 14, the night guided tours of the Roman Theater 'The theater under the moonlight' come to an end with the last tour at 9 pm.
Visitors will tour the most emblematic work promoted by Augusto in the old Carthago Nova, living in first person a tour starting at the Museum of the Roman Theater by the hand of a guide, discovering the keys of Roman civilization, to end in the jewel Archaeological Roman Theater under the moonlight.
They will visit, thus, room 1 with the collection of architecture with original pieces, in addition to a model and other didactic elements of the time, next to room 2, where they will learn about the functions of the Theater in Antiquity.
CARTHAGINES AND ROMANS FOR THE SMALLEST
On the occasion of the Carthaginian and Roman Festivities, which will be held from September 20 to 29 in Cartagena, the Museum has launched the family activity 'Escipión versus Aníbal'.
The activity will allow participants to learn about the most relevant events of the Second Punic War and its protagonists, Hannibal and Scipio, as well as one of the most emblematic buildings of the Roman city, the Roman theater, which was built in Augustus.
The children will be part of a troop or legion with clothing as part of the setting, and will celebrate the triumph at the Roman Theater in Cartagena.
It will be aimed at children between 6 and 12 years old and will be held every Saturday in September at 11 am.
Visitors who approach the Museum during the month of September can also enjoy the temporary exhibition "Roma Salis" by Lola Montero, an exhibition project of plastic research around the world of salt and its relationship with the history of man.
Not surprisingly, salt was an element of great value in antiquity and one of the resources that Roman writers repeatedly emphasize about Carthago Nova, since they cite that in their surroundings, in addition to mineral, there were nearby salt flats and this allowed them to expand the salt and salting trade.
As well as the exhibition âA History Made Partyâ organized together with the Federation of Troops and Legions, it aims to bring visitors closer to the most relevant historical moments that are revived at the Fiestas.
Cartagena is proud of its millenary past and its inhabitants are the engine of a unique Festivities in the Mediterranean, the Carthaginian and Roman Festivities, in which thousands of people participate every year since 1990, relive one of the most relevant events of Universal Ancient History, the Second Punic War, based on the history and archeology of Cartagena.
The exhibition allows through explanatory panels and an audiovisual approach to the events held in September.
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Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena