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Minerva Temple

Brisbane, Australia
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Minerva Temple

Does the Temple of Minerva have an entrance fee in July?

How long should we allocate here, would 45 mins-1 hr be enough?


M :o)

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The esculator is a wonderful convenience for people with disabilities. Assisi is a pilgrimage site and many people with physical problems travel there.


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Please tell me, how can I come in museum to see the ancient roman streets under piazza?

Umbria, Italy
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You off again Melissa even though we pay thru the nose with the way the euro is?

Di Minerva was the epitome of reinvention from pagan to catholic idolism.... i can never get over the commandments saying do not have graven images (et al).

My main mission in Assisi was to look at the Temple with its 6 corinthian columns & was not dissappointed. I could not get over the sheer weight of religious tourism with the accoutrements of religious Disney products filling the shops.... think old St franny would die in the cusp if he knew how crass the 'toys' are. Basilica di san Francesco to me is second only to St Petes but without the audacious hedonism of the Popes.

have an Umbrian trip lobotomy if any help.

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Hello, down there in the south of Queensland! No, Melissa isn't (to my knowledge) off again. This is an earlier post, risen from the dead, as it were. I agree with you, loved that there temple.

Yes, isn't the euro expensive again? Sigh. :(

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As a bonus, look on the wall to the right of the columns for some marks. There are straight lines of various lengths, a curved projection, a rectangular impression and so on. These are the measures from the ancient markets, where certain lengths and shapes were prescribed by law. So your house brick had to match the rectangular shape, your roof tile had to fit over the curve of the curved projection and various other things had to match the lengths of the lines. Neat eh?

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