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Tempio di Antonino e Faustina, Rome

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  • This temple is a temple built for the Empress after the death of the Empress Faustina, emperor Antoninus Pius. After the emperor himself was buried here. Corinthian pillars and 17 meters high, the nearly complete remains in the form. Where in the current excavations in this temple Church was built in the 11th century for the abnormally high compared to the other building had become at the entrance of the Church. On the walls of the church façade at ground remains as a layer. This church doesn't have stairs and can not enter.
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  • It is part of the monumental complex called "Fori Imperiali". The temple was built to honor faustina in 141 ad and later, upon his death in 161 ad, her husband the emperor Antoninus Pius. In the middle ages the temple was converted into a church. Then the Pope Urban V° materials that are part of the Interior of the Church to renovate the Lateran Palace.
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  • Emperor Antoninus Pius started the construction of the Temple in e.Kr and 141. basically dedicated to his late wife, Faustina the elder. When Antoninus Pius was deified after his death in 161, was the temple was dedicated to he and his wife at the instigation of his successor, Marcus Aurelius. It has 10 Corinthian columns which is is 17 meters high. The temple was eventually turned into a Roman-Catholic Church. Recommend that you read a little about the temple before visiting it.
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  • Awesome marble columns decorate the entrance to this fantastic ancient temple located in the heart of the Roman Forum.
  • I really love history and traveling to far places. The temple of Antoninus and Faustina is amazingly beautiful and old. I recommend making it one of your bucket list stops.
  • Stunning part of the forum, the history comes to life here!
  • Great place to visit
  • Beautiful and old