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The Temple of Augustus was a Roman temple built during the Imperial period in the 1st century BC as a place of worship for Emperor Augustus. It fell into disuse and the ruins were discovered in the 19th century, comprising 4 Corinthian columns and parts of the architrave and podium.

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 10 Carrer del Paradís, Barcelona, Spain

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