Archeology

The French family Marrell discovers a corsair boat submerged in front of the coast dianense in 1813

The French family Marrell discovers a corsair boat submerged in front of the coast dianense in 1813

A young woman of French origin, Orianne Marrel, made a surprising discovery on the north coast of the Dianan coast while snorkeling with her brother. It is a wooden skeleton of a corsair boat that is sunk 350 meters from the beach, about three and a half meters deep. The remains belong

Amparo Escolano donates to the Archaeological Museum of Denia a jar of the S. XII

The Archaeological Museum of Dénia has recently received an important private donation that enriches the exhibition's funds. It is a jar or ceramic container of underwater origin dated in the 12th century that has been donated by Amparo Escolano Cebrián. This unique underwater find seems to have been fished on the high seas and,

Adecenta City Hall solar archaeological remains Loreto Street

Dénia City Council has carried out this week cleaning work on the existing site between the Cavallers and Loreto streets where remains of Arab baths and almohades houses were found in the year 2014. After a management by the mayor, it has agreed with the owners of the site's

Guided tours to explore the castle at the time of the counts of Denia

During Holy Week the City offers the possibility of knowing in detail the castle at the time of the counts of Denia, in the second half of the fourteenth century. It has therefore organized guided tours from today until next Friday 25 routes. The first is today and will be guided

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