One of the most remarkable archaeological vestiges of the ancient city of Tomis is the Romanesque mosaic edifice, which has a surface over 2000 mp, which has now preserved 600 meters of mosaic carpet.
Importance archaeological Roman mosaic edifice meant that during the years 1970-1976 to build above the monument in the original mosaic, a structure of steel, concrete and glass for protection.
It was discovered after work on building blocks of flats in the autumn of 1959. At origins, the construction stretched on three of the four terraces of the tomentine port. The first terrace was located at the current Ovid Square and connects with one of the public squares of the ancient city.
Several sheds and the impressive mosaic pavilion hall occupied the next terrace of the edifice. The mosaic hall was the actual meeting place for merchants and officials of the time. The last terrace was situated at the level of the ancient harbor, and still contained a number of vaulted warehouses, covered today with limestone.
Roman mosaic edifice is a monumental ancient building located right next to the Museum of National History and Archeology, on the promenade of Ovidiu Square and Sailors Alley.
Here you can find the visiting program and the address of "The Romanesque Edifice with Mosaic" Constanta:
Ovidiu 12 Square, Constanţa
8: 00 - 20: 00 (summer); 9: 00 - 17: 00 (winter)
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