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Templo Romano de Evora (Templo de Diana)

Largo do Conde de Vila Flor | Dentro da Muralha, Evora 7000-804, Portugal
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The temple, built in the first half of the first century AD. C., which as we can see today, it is completely surrounded by a portico more evident than was the forum of the Roman city, large square that stretched at its greatest extent, in the north-south direction and trace, in following archaeological work done in that area, we know that occupied all the space goes, roughly, the southern boundary of the garden to the Cathedral and the Palace of the Inquisition until Cadaval Palace. Rectangular in plan, with 25x15m, hexastilo (with six columns on its front) and periptero (with free speaker to involve the entire perimeter of the cell), was built in the Corinthian style with use of local materials, marble column bases and in capitals and granite structure of the podium, the pediments and entablature. A wrap it north, east and west in a tank signinum opus (lime mortar, sand and crushed pottery) created a water mirror certainly connected with the cult.
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Largo do Conde de Vila Flor | Dentro da Muralha, Evora 7000-804, Portugal
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Reviewed 5 days ago

This first century temple had been converted into a slaughter house during the Middle Ages. It was not until an Italian architect recognized the forms of the columns embedded in the slaughterhouse walls in the early 19th century that they began a restoration. A couple...More

Thank SMLBill
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Interesting.setting.on ancient roman forum.. under restauration for.an unknown Time. Nearby Muséum also is very interesting.

Thank Pascale R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Like with most places we've visited recently, we seem to arrive at the wrong time. We actually were in the square containing this attraction a few days earlier and wondered how we'd missed it. We went out of our way a few days later to...More

Thank DCM_Dublin
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was disappointing to see that the whole thing was covered for restauration. It should have been done half at a time, that way tourists could still enjoy seeing some of it

Thank Amanda P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Unfortunately the building was having some repairing it was covered with net's, but the garden at front the view was nice over the city

Thank Jóni S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This Roman ruin is composed of a few upstanding pillars apparently remaining from ancient times. It is in the center of historic Evora, next to a park. Nice to see, but nothing really special.

Thank RodMcLeod
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As mentioned, the place is covered for repair work and the strange thing is that the local tourist information didn't even told us while we asked them how to visit this place! Nothing special, extremely small and simplified version of Delphi (Greece).

Thank akmrony
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This small Roman temple constructed around the first century A.D. in honor of Augustus is almost completely ruined now, only several columns are left. It might present interest for tourists who are not too familiar with Roman ruins, but not for those who had visited...More

Thank Noraatc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you have seen the extensive Roman ruins in Italy, France or Spain etc then these at Evora are nothing special - just some surviving columns in an open space. I tempted to say that once you have visited a few Roman ruin sites then...More

Thank Wangary
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Shame to have missed seeing this temple - but it's completely covered at the moment. Evora is a beautiful town so there's lots of other things to do - enjoy it.

Thank Deirdre_dines
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