Santiponce Itálica


An immense legacy waiting to be discovered

Archaeological remains in the Alameda


The Plaza de la Alameda, located in the southwest end of the town, is 130 metres long. Various streets - Extremadura, Real and Mimbre- and the Plaza del Palacio end in this square. It has a perimeter of about 400 metres and covers approximately 0.5 hectares.

The name of the square is taken from the poplars that can be found here. It is an ideal place to socialise and enjoy a spring afternoon.

The square is home to Roman archaeological remains and statues.


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