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The Temple of Augustus is one of the few remnants that reminds us of ancient past of Pula (known in Roman times as Pola). Temple was built during a lifetime and dedicated to first Roman Emperor Augustus, somewhere between 27 BC and AD 14, and...More
Unique freestanding temple which is approximately 2000 years old. It is miraculously still standing within the old town square. However the grandiose exterior is not matched by a small interior with a minimal exhibition. It feels like more could be made of this attraction. There...More
A nice piece of roman architecture to view for free.
Great to see during the day & at night whilst out & about.
With it positioned in the square surrounded by restaurants & bars it makes a great backdrop to your meal / drink
Very nice from all angles and probably most beautiful just before nightfall. I believe you can get inside but nothing much to see apart from parts from Diana’s temple that was destroyed long time ago. Don’t miss.