This second rebuilt stretch of wall with the North door gives a second limit to give an idea about the space occupied by the city. The wall has a stone basis. It is 3,5m high. Its outward and inner parts were built with big and little worked pebbles. The inner part was realized using littler stones and earth; this basis is crowned by a narrow 1,5m high parapet realized with adobe and wooden poles that leaves a passage corridor or path. This wall was reinforced with higher rectangular towers at every space of about 30m.
From on high of the wall city we can appreciate the territorial control that Numantians had as toward outside as inside of the city. We can see also how the houses are not fixed to the wall city but it remains among them a passage street.