PORTA NOVA.The old gate, of Roman origin, on which work had been carried out in medieval times, was knocked down in 1899 due to its state of disrepair and was replaced by the current gate in 1900, under the instructions of the architect Álvarez de Mendoza to divide the flanking tower. The original gate gave passage to the XX way which linked Lucus with Brigantium.VESTIXIOS ROMANOS DA MURALLA. Remains exhumed in 1998 on digging to provide the rúa Nova with amenities. The piece of the granite wall built using courses of a header and stretcher pattern allows us to observe the detail on one of these bricks - a Roman inscription (fundamenta) referring to the foundations of the building, which can be traced back to the second half of the third century. This most likely alludes to the building next to one of the gates of the city as it was at the time. The road which runs alongside would probably have formed part of the XX way or vía of the Itinerario de Antonino or Antonino’s itinery which linked Lucus Augusti (Lugo) to Brigantium (A Coruña). Its paving, stratified in consecutive layers, dates from different historical phases from the 1st and 5th centuries of our time. Lugo.