Tarragona, Spain is situated in the south to Catalonia , along the Mediterranean sea. Tarragona is situated at a distance of 98 kms from Barcelona. The roman had their military and political headquarters in Tarragon in the 3 rd century B.C.
Tarragona, Spain has a mild climate all through the year. During summer the temperature fluctuates between 70 to 80 degree fahrenheit, where as in winter the lowest temperature is recorded around 50 degree fahrenheit. In September, Tarragona receives the highest amount of rainfall.
Tarragona,Spain has a population of 128,152 persons as estimated in the year 2005.
Today Tarrangona is more famous as a major port of Spain. Tarrangona also houses an university known as Universitat Rovira i Virgili.
Tarrangona's economic activity takes place mainly through the chemical industries present there.
The places of interest in Tarrangona, Spain are the Museum of Archaeology, Ruins of Tarraco from the roman period. Other tourists spots in and Tarrangona comprises of Salou, Universal Studios theme park on Port Aventura is the largest studio in Europe.
The carnival that take place every year in Tarrangona is also famous and attracts tourists from far and wide. Tarrangona International Fireworks Displays Competition, Tarangona International Dixieland Festival, Santa Tecla Festival are all annual festival which are religiously held every year and attracts tourists.
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