Temple Of Augustus, Pula

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Temple Of Augustus, Pula - Address, Ticket Price

Address: Forum b.b., 52100, Pula, Croatia

Ticket Price: 10 HRK

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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This well-preserved Roman temple dedicated to first Roma Emperor Augustus has stood the test of time for over 2000 years surviving rise and fall of different empires, conversion into structure for various other purposes than what it was built for, restored after hit by World War bombings.

Built around 2 BC, this temple is also dedicated to goddess Roma- a personification of Rome. It was a part of triad of temples which didn’t survive over the period of time. During the Byzantine rule, it was converted into a church and later as a granary.

The exterior of the structure is worth admiring and picturesque. The interior acts as a lapidarium and a souvenir store.  

How To reach Temple Of Augustus by Public Transport

  • Hired car or on foot

Restaurants Near Temple Of Augustus

  • Pizzeria Ofrej

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Temple Of Augustus, Pula Reviews - Write a Review

  • Small but impressive. Very good location close by several restaurants. Free public WiFi also available. Entrance fee is 15 Kuna = 3 Dollars.

  • It's a cool looking temple. Good photo op. Some cool cafes and restaurants nearby

  • Amazing Roman temple. Fab columns. So intact

  • Ancient Oracle, at the old town. Nice atmosphere, good place to have a Drini at nearby bars and enjoy old beauty - Pula.

  • Very nice place. Original walls make you feel the atmosphere od those days od Roman glory. Perhaps if the interior was in similar climate (without shop and ticket Office inside) it would make even bigger impression :)

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