Roman Ruins of Tróia

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The Roman Ruins of Tróia are the largest fish-salting dated from the first part of I century and were ocupied until VI century.
It was here that canned and sauce fish were made and taken by ship to Roma and others parts of the Roman Empire.Due to the abundance of salt and fish in the region, became a urban village with thermaes, a mausoleum and a Basilica Palaeochristian.