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Roman Temple, Cordoba

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TripAdvisor
  • I did not expect to find a Roman Temple in Cordoba but it is well preserved and wonderful to see. I was able to teach my sons about the Roman Empire on this trip; which I didn't expect.  more »
  • This is a small site fenced off in the middle of a small square that was found while something else was being built. We happened upon it on our way to something else, and it was nice to stop and look ...  more »
  • The ruins belong to an ancient Roman temple from the first century and were discovered in the 20th century while trying to expand the city hall. Of the once magnificent temple, only the foundations, b...  more »
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  • I think some of the review I read are unfair. I wouldn't want to spend more than a few minutes here, but there is still a significant structure here and well worth going to see if you like Roman ruins.
  • Ruins are spectacular, especially in contrast to the contemporary buildings adjacent to the site...and the resident cats are cute, too.
  • It's something to walk by and take pictures of cats. It's hard to call it a Roman temple. Just something that got in the way of construction.
  • It's always fun for me to see anything left over from the Roman era. There was little signage.
  • It has a nice view. The garden is very relaxing