One of the four columns of this A.D. 1st-century temple is incorporated into a display of the Roman wall on Plaça Ramon Berenguer. The other three remain where they were originally erected, now awkwardly enclosed within a 19th-century building. The temple once formed part of the Roman Forum dedicated to Emperor Caesar Augustus. The ruins are part of the citywide collection of the Museu d’Història de la Ciutat (MUHBA) and can be visited free of charge.
Carrer Paradis, 10
Our Rating Hours Mon 10am–2pm, Tues–Sat 10am–7pm, Sun 10am–8pm Transportation Metro: Jaume 1 Phone 93-256-21-22 Prices Free admission Web site Temple d’August
MapCarrer Paradis, 10 Barcelona
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