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

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Barcelona Gothic Quarter Morning Walking Tour

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Temple of Augustus, Barcelona

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.

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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About Temple of Augustus

 10 Carrer del Paradís, Barcelona, Spain

Temple of Augustus and Nearby Sights on Map

Plaça Sant Jaume

This square has been the political hub since the Roman era

Placa del Rei

The Museum of the City of Barcelona

Includes access to underground Roman ruins and a complex of historic buildings in the center of the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter), as well as being a reasonably good historical museum

Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya

The Palau de la Generalitat is a medieval palace that is the seat of the Presidency and the Government of Catalonia

Frederic Mares Museum

Estàtua de Ramon Berenguer III el Gran

The bronze equestrian statue of Ramon Berenguer III the Great, count of Barcelona, on Plaça Ramón Berenguer III, is a replica made in 1950 by Frederic Marès of the original wax statue by Josef Llimona

Palau Requesens

The Gothic-style Requesens Palace was built in the 13th century as the largest private palace in medieval Barcelona

Museu del Calçat

The Museu del Calçat has been temporarily closed since November 2015

Villa del Arte

Synagogue

It is the recently re-discovered synagogue from the Jewish quarter, called ''call''