The remains of a Roman domus (town house) have been unearthed and opened to the public. The house (and vestiges of three small shops) lies close to the Roman forum and the owners were clearly well off. Apart from providing something of an idea of daily Roman life through these remains, the location also contains six medieval grain silos installed during the period when this was the Jewish quarter, El Call.
The whole site is housed in the mid-19th-century Casa Morell. So, in an unusual mix, one gets a glimpse of three distinct periods in history in the same spot.