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In Piazza di Pietra there's part of the ancient Temple of Hadrian left. 11 tall and beautiful columns are still standing and well visibile, together with parte of the old wall !
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

Tempio di Adriano is located at Piazza di Pietra near to Pantheon. The temple is dedicated to Emperor Hadrian. The 11 huge columns are landmarks of this area.

Thank YTCHENG
Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile

This is quite a wonderful find, almost hidden in amongst the surrounding buildings right until you virtually stumble on it. The contrast between it and the surroundings adds to the impressiveness of it.

Thank 639AnnaP
Reviewed 5 June 2018

Dedicated to the Emperor Hadrian, these eleven columns stand out as you go to the Pantheon. These ancient columns were reconstructed and are now part of the building that houses the stock exchange.

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Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

It is a lovely example of Roman architecture, with columns and a moat. But it isn't possible to enter it.

Thank Rachel B
Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

It’s just 11 columns in the middle of the path but the lights illuminating during the nights creates an interesting atmosphere

Thank Luiz Eduardo S
Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

My partner and I stumbled across this when walking from the Pantheon to the Trevi Fountain. Although it looks interesting there is no signposting or description offered as to what this monument was. Nice place to walk past, but I wouldn’t recommend heading out to...More

Thank Sophie L
Reviewed 5 December 2017

Have seen a lot of sights while in Rome. The thing is when you have seen in Rome all the other great things to see, you do get a bit used to some of the brisilica, because they are all so good, so pop this...More

Thank omega132857
Reviewed 6 November 2017 via mobile

Stumbled across these columns on the way back from The Pantheon. Didn’t know they were there but just like most places in Rome, you’ll come across a piece of History on your travels. Good photo opportunity, not crowded and not many street vendors around. Few...More

Thank AdamMorgan85
Reviewed 17 October 2017

Tempio di Adriano is really just a few columns which have survived the ravages of time and progress.... Somehow the temple became part of the palace of a pope, but today what we see is a number of beautiful columns, which form part of a...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

Lovingly preserved columns that are now incorporated into a part of a bank. Located strategically between Piazza Colonna and Trevi Fountain. Not overwhelmingly crowded and one can sit and enjoy the atmosphere.

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