The Iberian village of Ca n’Oliver is a key patrimonial element to know the Laietani (Pre-Roman people) Iberian culture in depth. On the site you can see more than 6,000 m2 of recovered remains and three reconstructed buildings. The walk through the village is an open door to the past, to the evolution of this Iberian settlement and the daily life of the Iberians that inhabited these lands. In addition, it counts with a museum where there are exhibited more than 500 objects found in the archaeological excavations.
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