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Tempio di Portuno, Rome
(3.9/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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  • A visit through here (on the way to the mouth of truth) Piazza della Bocca is recommended. This is a Roman temple from the Republican era. In the 9 century was the temple converted into a Christian Church. The Church was removed to restore the original appearance of the Temple in 1916.
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  • Located a few meters from the Bocca is located is temple in perfect condition. Too bad he can't be visited...
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  • In contrast to the Forum and the Palatine here on quite a tiny patch of two almost completely preserved Roman temple. Square (this) and round (Hercules). Amazingly, they survived only because they were Christian churches. Be sure to come back here, next just sea sights.
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  • Saw it on way to restaurant. Nice
  • It's fine
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  • The Temple of Portunus is a temple dedicated to "manly Fortune" (feted during the Renaissance, also from Machiavelli), the strength of the alea that creates opportunities.
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  • Very well preserved
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