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MUHBA Temple d'August, Barcelona
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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Le colonne di Augusto sono un po' nascoste e sottovalutate anche perchè la segnaletica per arrivarci è veramente scarsa. Tuttavia sono veramente imponenti e meritano una visita, si può entrare gratis!The columns of Augustus are somewhat hidden and underestimated because the signs to get there is really poor. However they are really impressive and worth a visit, you can get in for free!show original
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Escondidos entre patios traseros de casas habitadas, se encuentran los restos del Templo de Augusto en Barcelona. Detras del Palacio de la Generalitat, en una callejuela estrecha a mano derecha, se pu... read more »Hidden backyards of inhabited houses, are the remains of the Temple of Augustus in Barcelona. Behind of the Palace of the Generalitat, in a narrow alley on the right, you can access the place, which certainly is strange and spectacular and without doubt that such hidden location, has contributed greatly to the protection of the ancient Roman temple, located on the site that once was the highest point of the old Barcino.show original
Un salto a visitare le colonne del Tempio d'Augusto è obbligatorio. Sono state valorizzate nel piccolo cortile interno di un palazzo medievale. L'atmosfera che si respira entrando in questo cortile è ... read more »A quick trip to visit the columns of the Temple of Augustus is required. Have been enhanced in the small courtyard of a medieval building. The atmosphere walking into this courtyard is almost contemplative: it is natural to sit on the bench in silence to observe them, almost surprised by the peace and tranquility of this small but high clearance. The Barcelona locals crowded seems far away.show original
Impressive and interesting little hidden historical attraction. But dont make a huge hike to get there though, it takes literally 2mins to see... The photos do it justice and some. Also the point on the ground at the entrance is the highest ground level in the bari gothic... Apparently
Mauro ArancioLosing is here is a must in Barcelona...show original
Quim M.One of the jewels hidden in the city, must be included on any tour of the Ciutat Vella that boasts. Eye with schedules that is not always open to the publicshow original
Isabel Durante AcevedoNot be that impressed me more, if history or find them within a courtyard of neighbors. I recommend the entire route, area Roman and Jewish area.show original
Isabel ApariciThat not the columns of the Temple of Augustus pass you unnoticed. Three of them came to light during the construction of the Centre Excursionista de Catalunya, the fourth was at the plate of Rei and was placed next to each other. It is one further reminder that the city is a series of layers that are overlapping, losing and recovering with the passage of the centuries.show original
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