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Roman Temple, Cordoba

(2.9/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
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  • Next to the Town Hall imposing stand complete columns crowned with their capitals Corinthians, settled on a few pedestals of brick seeking to complete the actual alrura that would be the base of the temple. There are large walls of stone blocks, as well as remains of other capitals in the enclave. Sheltered by a glassed-in fence that protects the assault and unwanted visitors, as well as possible damage by traffic flowing next to it, because that is like an oasis in the middle of modern buildings, in what was to be Center of the ancient Roman city, given its proximity to the plaza of the slide. Undoubtedly the most striking are the columns for size and beauty, but safely the archaeological site was more beautiful pieces that should have been sent to keep museums.
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  • 有經過可以看一下,不需要特地去看,就是照片上那樣幾根柱子,其他沒了。附近垃圾很多,還有一隻貓感覺跟本被養在那個裡面=A=a。環境維護的不是很好,去購物路上經過可以順便看一下。 
  • Not the grandeur of the Roman Forum in Rome is a small archaeological site located on the corner of the town. Could not get inside because they are surrounded by chain-link. Excavation may be not over yet. There was especially no tourists.
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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