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The namesake of Santa Eulalia Basilica was a girl who was martyred upon being burnt at the stake during the Christian persecutions under the reign of the Emperor Diocletian. According to legend, she is buried nearby.
Came here as it's on the see all ticket of €15 and was so glad I did. The site started off as a 1st century Roman house then an early church and then a cemetery/necropolis. Then in the 13th century they came and built a...More
The martial basilica of Santa Eulalia de Mérida is a religious building who is located in the city of Mérida, and which is considered a very important nucleus of the birth of Christianity in the peninsula. The current temple was built in the thirteenth century,...More
the church itself is nothing special. while it was once probably a very nice building, all the modernization through the centuries rather destroyed it. and the crypta is nice and interesting, but the nicest part with mosaics and paintings you can not approach. if you...More
You enter the ruins to the far right of the church and it is part of the multiple site ticket. The church is very pretty also - check out the ruins below the altar and then check out the altar from above. Very interesting.
The porch is an add-on, the real church is behind the romanesque doorways and is absolutely beautiful and peaceful inside. The crypt is interesting with some very well-preserved or well-renovated wall paintings. We were fortunate enough to be here during Semana Santa so we could...More
The entrance to this site is behind the "modern" church and is included in the combo ticket. To descend to the crypt (after a short exhibition providing information and see early Christian burials and the remains of Roman houses. There is not a great deal...More
If you purchase a ticket to tour the Roman Teatro and grounds of Merida, Spain, keep your stub. If also allows you free entry to a few other sites in this historic city. The most obscure of these sites is the Basilica of Santa Eulalia....More