Puerta de Almeria (Wall Caliphate)
Puerta de Almería

Puerta de Almeria (Wall Caliphate)

The interpretive center Puerta de Almería, opened in 2006, is a center which integrates part of the coastal wall tenth century belongs to the core of the Medina and the Caliphate and integrated part of the door that had said stretch of wall: Puerta del Puerto. Also in this center, a small fish salting factory from Roman times is preserved.

Through panels, audiovisuals, photographs and drawings illustrating the origin of the city of Almeria (Almariyya) detailed, when it was first Almariyyat-Bayana, the waterfront district Pechina (Bayyana) and Pechina was the administrative Cora.

In the corner of Queen Street with Nicolas Salmeron Park is the interpretation center Puerta de Almeria, which houses the remains of the Caliphate wall of the time of the founding of Almería in the tenth century, and salt meat factory Romans.