Nice temple the only thing that bothered us was that some people put graffiti on the temple.. really sad to see this vandalism.
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We visited this "temple" with my partner, during our visit to Nimes gardens. You can enter the place for free and that's why it might be worth a visit. A brief description in three languages explains that the place is not the temple of Diana,...More
See if you are going to the gardens, but don't make a special trip. Good to still be standing, but not the best monument.
The ruins are very interesting with great surroundings. Well worth a look while in the park but make sure you give yourself some time to spend here as apart from these ruins there is a large park with waterways, a grotto and the Magne tower.
Mislabeled because there's a plaque right near it that says there's really no reason to think it was a temple to Diana. But it was interesting to visit as part of the entire Jardins de la Fontaine visit (it's only good for a half hour...More
The remains of this temple can be found in the cities gardens which means there is no admission price. There is enough of the ruin left to imagine what it must have been like in its day. Five to ten minute visit only.
Actually the least interesting part of the gardens. A bit shrouded in mystery. A ruin, tucked away in a corner. Free to visit, so no harm done.
Even though historians are not sure if this structure was a temple for worshipping the goddess Diana or simply a library, it's ruins are still worth visiting.
This temple is part of the Jardín de la Fontaine complex, the whole area is very similar to what you see in Rome, considering that Nimes is at most 200 000 inhabitants, so having this and other amazing roman sites is incredible!