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Santa Eulalia Basilica - Merida
- Santa Eulalia Basilica - Merida
- Alt Name:
- Basílica de Santa Eulalia de Merida
- Ancient Rome
- Merida, Badajoz,
- Merida Cathedral, Merida Roman Theatre,
Merida Roman Circus, Guadiana Bridge,
about Santa Eulalia Basilica - Merida
Santa Eulalia Basilica in Merida, known locally as Basílica de Santa Eulalia, is an Ancient Roman church the remains of which lie under the present eighteenth century church.
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.
Santa Eulalia Basilica is one of an ensemble of UNESCO World Heritage sites in Merida.
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Address: Avenida Extremadura, 06800 Mérida
Phone: +34 924303407
Santa Eulalia Basilica is located in the city of Merida in Spain, which is around 60km from Bodajoz.
Santa Eulalia Basilica’s crypt is open daily 10am-1:45pm and 5pm-7:15pm (6.15pm Oct-May). Closed 1 Jan, 24, 25, 31 Dec. Entry €2.80, under 8s free. Combined ticket to Merida’s historic attractions €9.
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