Archaeological Site of the Roman City of Valeria
The city of Valeria is shown as a jewel of the Hispano-Roman urban structure, in which all the essential elements of Roman planning are observed. Well communicated with Ercávica and Segóbriga through the Complutum road to Cartago Nova, it is also an example of engineering due to its perfect layout of aqueducts that, adapted to the layout or excavated, poured into cisterns. One of the most remarkable elements is the Nymphaeum, a monumental fountain with outbuildings, workshops and shops built on one of its sides. The site is 30 km from Cuenca.