Vic is in the Barcelona Province, Catalonia, Spain, located on the banks of the Meder river The population is 38,321 and the area, 30.60 km2.
I took the train at the station of Barcelona at the morning, and went to Vic.
I have wandered in this historic city, through the Jacint Verdaguer street (Jacint Verdaguer is one of the greatest poets in Spain.), arrived at the Plaza Mayor (called El Mercadal).
It was the Saturday, the weekend markets were opened in the square of Plaza Mayor.
Plaza Mayor de Vic, center of social life of the town, are located in the vicinity of the City Hall, the museum or the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Peter.
I went to the Rome Temple through an alley from the Plaza Mayor, and found an old church.
The Roman temple of Vic is an ancient Roman temple located in the uptown area of Vic (Street Pare Xifrer), in the heart of Catalonia. The building dates from the early 2nd century, the golden age of the Roman Empire. The location of the Rpman Temple was unknown until the late date of 1882
In the 11th century, the temple was literally covered by the structure of the Montcada Castle, later it became the residence of the seigniory and finally, the prison of Vic. In 1882, during the demolition of the old castle, the workers found the Roman Temple with astonishment, it was very good condition.
Then I was rambling through some empty streets and went to the city walls and Roman Bridge (Charles Bridge) over the River Media.
I went to the Museum Episcopal de Vic and Vic Cathedral after this.