Conimbriga Monographic Museum is perfect to better understand the lives of the Romans in these parts. If you visit Coimbra you have to make room in your itinerary. After seeing the Roman site of Conimbriga (both found on the same site), so you don't have to miss out, with entry costing €4 which includes a visit to both the ruins and also the museum. It is a small museum full of attractions. It has many objects which were recovered in the excavations that have been happening here from the late 19th century. It is divided into different themed rooms. They have found terracotta lanterns, jewellery, personal beauty utensils, talismans, bowls and dishes, coins, stuccos, sculptures, mosaics, frescoes and other tools. They are all very well preserved, and offer a glimpse of what was already developed at the time as you only have to look at the tools and pots. An interesting result is the forum with scale 1:50, if you let your imagination fly a bit you will soon feel the ebb and flow of the inhabitants.
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