The excavation and observations are focusing on an area of about 30 meters long and 5 meters wide, with the aim of identifying the characteristics of the Roman road and the buildings around it, besides its urban organization, and contrast data with geophysical surveys conducted previously in the area. It is the most important urban settlement found in the Roman road that crosses the Pyrenees. The main hypothesis is that it is the ancient city of Iturissa mentioned by classical authors. Research hope to solve many doubts and myths about the old road, including whether it was part of the Camino de Santiago.
© Copyright LA VOZ DE GALICIA S.A. Polígono de Sabón, Arteixo, A CORUÑA (ESPAÑA) Inscrita en el Registro Mercantil de A Coruña en el Tomo 2438 del Archivo, Sección General, a los folios 91 y siguientes, hoja C-2141. CIF: A-15000649