Originally Posted by Carolus
I fully agree.
Madrid - nueve meses de invierno y tres meses de infierno.
(Madrid - nine months of winter and three months of Hell).
Back to the topic: is there any evidence that Lisbon is older than Rome (or any other place in Europe)?
Has a reason Carolus friend for what I am reading Lisbon Cadiz Athens is older than Rome and I read that lisbon is the most suggestive yet I did not discover which is the first, I was amazed that these 3 cities are older than Rome.
Lisbon, Cadiz, Athens ... All of them have been inhabited for more than two thousand years and reveal in many of their neighborhoods and places the history of an ever-changing Europe.
And, it's true: Lisbon is on the Telegraph's list of the continent's oldest continuously inhabited cities, but there are many more to see. A good part of them Greek, which should not surprise us either. Strange the lack of Rome? No wonder: it will only have been founded 29 years after the most "young" of the cities on this list.