The Domus Museum is a privileged place to contemplate the Roman Wall, since it is the only point in the entire city where one can see the foundations themselves. This is mainly because the excavation went down seven meters below the current level of the streets in Lugo and, thus, allowed researchers to study the structure of the Wall as well as the construction methods used to build it. You can see the plinth or base of the foundation, the remains of the material used in its construction (slate, granite and quartzite), the exterior liming, the structural joints, the internal access stairs to the towers, and even the marks left by the different crews who worked on it.

The only point

in the whole city

where it is possible

to contemplate the wall

to its foundations