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Tempio di Romolo, Rome

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  • The beautiful circular structure that can be seen at the entrance of the hole to be via Salara is the time of the deified Romulus, the Temple of the deified Romulus, placed between the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina and the basilica of Maxentius, which was the circular vestibule access to peace temple built in 75 ad. After the abandonment of the Imperial complex, Maxentius the reused as a temple dedicated to her son, Valerius Romulus, who died prematurely in 309 and deified. If you want to see the inside, simply enter the nearby basilica of Santi Cosma e Damiano, where a large window will allow you to admire the structure. Don't miss the magnificent bronze door (working) of Roman times!
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  • Is a temple built for the son, deceased masaxentius Emperor Romulus, Maxentius was killed due to incomplete and said. Inside the temple were exhibited statues newly unearthed in the Roman Forum. Retains the murals on the walls of the temple. Later there was a mural of the altarpiece built Basilica of Santi Cosma e Damiano in the back of the temple, the temple was used as the front room of the church so.
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  • A temple (probably) dedicated to the deceased son of the Emperor Maxentius, not the Romulus of the legendary founding of Rome. The massive original bronze doors (now a green patina) sit between two po...  more »
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  • Awesome Roman history!
  • the framing of the door in the circular entrance stands out.
  • Not to be missed. The view inside is interesting.
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  • 外觀不大 保存相當完整 銅雕大門為一個大特色
  • Columns with their original color intact. A bronze door that still operate your lock... Amazing
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