You are in the Cardo Maximus, one of two major highways of the Roman cities

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You are in the Cardo Maximus, one of two major highways of the Roman cities

Here the Cardo converged with the forum of the city and the temple were the city's public spaces. Moreover, this was the point of intersection with the other major route of Roman towns: the decumanus (now Bisbe Street).

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Conesa Founded in 1951 specializes in the development of hot sandwiches in a craft, preparing plates specially designed for the home, allowing the production of fat-free products, making healthy food snacks and appetizing.

This store, run by Josep Conesa, has been a hot dog pioneer of Barcelona since its foundation in 1951. It is hard to imagine that you are standing in the middle of the cardo maximus, one of the two main axis of Roman city plan. This street was the continuation of the Via Agusta Maritima, that followed along the Mediterranean coast. Here, at the cardo maximus, is where the forum and the temple were, the two main public spaces of the city; and here it also was the intersection point with the other main roman road, the decumanos (currently carrer del Bisbe). In its foundation, Barcelona was a Roman colony known as Colonia Iulia Auguta Faventia Paterna Barcino, between the years 19 and 10 BC. The city walls were urgently built as you can read at the other end of this street. At the beginning, Barcino was a small place, with just about 2.000 inhabitants. One of the main functions was to control the ager, the cereal and vine farming land in Barcelona. If you carry on walking down the street, you will reach carrer Paradís, where you will be able to admire the remains of the roman temple columns.

Conesa Founded in 1951 specializes in the development of hot sandwiches in a craft, preparing plates specially designed for the home, allowing the production of fat-free products, making healthy food snacks and appetizing.

Don Pedro Conesa decided to move to Barcelona and began working as a clerk in the Xarcuteria Mr. Sancho. In 1951 he crossed the room is. Most of the guests were City officials and the then Government of Barcelona who came to take the “Chatito wine” to accompany the cheese taquito, delicious ham or canned clams.

One day as usual, Peter, as he was known, opened a can of sausages and German import both will like that will be the beginning of Frankfurt in Barcelona.

Conesa offers over 50 varieties of sandwiches, no fat, no gluten and vegetables. Besides sandwiches, you can taste homemade croquettes, patatas bravas and salads.

 

web: www.conesaentrepans.com

teléfono: 933101394

email: conesa@conesaentrepans.com

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