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Tempio di Ercole Vincitore, Rome
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  • For a long time the circular Tempio di Ercole Vincitore was thought to be the Temple of Vesta. Built 2nd-1st century BC, it is 14.8 metres in diameter and has 20 columns, which are 10.66 metres high. ...  more »
  • At the foot of the Aventine hill, on the banks of the Tiber River is one of the oldest churches in Rome, the Temple of Hercules, or Heracles. It was built in the 2 century BC. Amazes his amazing harmony and that it is perfectly preserved till our days.
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  • Temple of Hercules-ancient marble structure built on the bull forum more than two thousand years ago. It is dedicated to Hercules, hero of Greek mythology. The temple has a cylindrical shape with columns on the perimeter. Despite the fact that the temple is almost entirely preserved, you can only view it from the outside.
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  • An amazing piece of artwork. It could have been maintained well. City should provide a guide here too.
  • 2nd century BC, oldest marble building in the city. Cult of Hercules is due to proximity to Circus Maximus, which appealed to athletes.
  • An interesting Roman temple.
  • Impressive building right beside the Tiber river
  • Hercules! Hercules! Hercules!