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Temple Of Augustus, Pula

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See the ancient Temple Of Augustus, dedicated to Caesar himself some two millennia ago. Initially utilized for pagan rituals, through time the site evolved into a church, granary, and museum, but was nearly destroyed during World War II. See the well-preserved remnants of this temple at the former Roman forum. Observe its architectural style, which includes Corinthian columns and a richly decorated frieze, typical of the era. Step inside the temple to view its collection of ancient stone and bronze sculptures. Our Pula online trip builder makes visiting Temple Of Augustus and other Pula attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Found this by accident when there was a bit of a shower.We sheltered in it.then we realised what it was and had a good look around. 
    Found this by accident when there was a bit of a shower.We sheltered in it.then we realised what it was and had a good look around.  more »
  • This was one of our last places to visit during the tour of the city. It is on the forum and a nice place to have lunch. 
    This was one of our last places to visit during the tour of the city. It is on the forum and a nice place to have lunch.  more »
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  • This is another temple built in honor of Emperor Augustus, the first leader of Rome. This Augustus Temple is located in the city of Pula, today Croatia. The Romans built this temple for almost the entire life of Augustus, i.e. from 27 BC to 14 BC. It is now one of the best preserved monuments of all the remains of the Roman Empire. Due to its almost intact condition, the temple has become a space showcasing important ancient artifacts and Roman-era sculptures.
  • Looks nice but not much there. We didn't bother going inside as you had to pay and it didn't seem worth it. The kind of place that's good for a photo and then move on.

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