View of the Recópolis site

Alfonso Romo2016

Archaeological Park of Recópolis

Archaeological Park of Recópolis
Zorita de los Canes, Spain

The Visigothic city built in 578 by King Leovigildo to commemorate the consolidation of royal power and the state of the Visigothic kingdom, was named Recópolis in honor of his son and future King Recaredo.
Its ruins were discovered in the forties by Juan Cabré, who made the first excavations in 1949. After several interventions in the 90s, in 2005 the Archaeological Park of Recópolis was created.


  • Title: View of the Recópolis site
  • Creator: Alfonso Romo
  • Date Created: 2016
  • Location: Zorita de los Canes. Guadalajara. Spain
  • Type: Picture
  • Medium: Digital

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