Not bad, but compared to the nearby Mezquita in Cordoba and the Alcazar in Seville this place doesn't blow you away in the same way as those do. There's an entrance fee to get in, and unless you pay another bunch of euros for a guidebook you really don't know what you're watching as the signs are in Spanish only. Still, the Roman mosaics were interesting to have a look at.
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