Quite amazing to see unprotected Roman ruins in the centre of a modern city - usually there would be some sort of cordon around them, at least.
Located between the central market and the Plaza del Pilar, and 'guarded' by a statue of Augustus Caesar himself, these walls have been completely undamaged as a historical spectacle by locals and tourists alike. Nobody was climbing on them to take photos/selfies, there was no grafitti and nobody was trying to take a piece of stone as a souvenir. Well done to everyone for helping to keep the walls intact and available for everyone else to enjoy!
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