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“Well preserved temple”
Review of Temple Of Augustus

Temple Of Augustus
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Pula Small-Group Walking Tour
Ranked #8 of 87 things to do in Pula
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Reviewed August 13, 2014

The temple is in a surprisingly good condition considering its age. It was good to sit down its shadow to take a rest, but nothing special, just an another monument form the Roman era.

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Reviewed August 6, 2014

The Temple of Augustus is the heart of the central square of Pula . It is surrounded by cafes and restaurants , the excellent Tourist Information Office (if you are planning to visit the Istrain hill towns - they have lots of information) and the Town Hall.

The temple was built between 2BC and 14 AD and has steps leading up to a porch supported by six Corinthian columns inside there is a display of Roman statues and artefacts.(admission charge) It has in it's past life been a church and a grain store.

Certainly a great photographic opportunity !!

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Reviewed July 8, 2014

This well-preserved temple is a very attractive adornment to a great little square, perfect to admire while having a drink in one of the cafes. I was also glad I spent the few bucks to get in, as it had a couple of interesting things inside. One was a Roman gravestone which had its text curiously spilling out of the central part of it, and another was a fragment of what must have been a large statue of a senior Roman officer, of which now only a leg remained, but interestingly had a vanquished Celtic warrior as his prisoner, headless now, but with what seemed to be a Celtic torc, suggesting possibly a Briton. Fascinating.

Thank Quasardust
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Reviewed July 5, 2014

A beautiful Roman style building in the square, but after reading some of the reviews I didn't bother going inside. A great place to sit and have a drink at the cafes that are near by.

Thank Jadranka K
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Reviewed June 24, 2014

10 Kuna to enter but once inside there is a small display of ancient Roman statues, wall murals and pottery. Worth a visit only if you have some time to fill in my opinion although the entrance fee is cheap. The outside however is quite impressive.

Thank pjmsimmons
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