Roman Ruins of Bohonal de Ibor

The famous Río Tajo (Latin, Tagus, Portuguese, Tejo) is the longest in the Iberian Peninsula. In the Ibores region, close to the Guadalupe monastery, the Valdecanas reservoir was created from the Tajo. The ruins of a Roman temple, the Bohonal of the Ibor, faces the river. It is also called the ruinas romanas de Augustóbriga, a city of which they were part. The ruins were moved to their current position before flooding the Valdecanas reservoir. The ruins were declared a site of historical and artistic interest in 1931.