Central Anatolia Sights



Temple of Augustus and Rome

Temple of Augustus and Rome Review

Though it's in a rather sad state today, the Temple of Augustus and Rome, built 25–20 BC, is of great historical significance—inscribed in marble on its walls is the most complete Latin and Greek text of the Res Gestae Divi Augusti, in which the Emperor Augustus lists his deeds. The temple is now largely supported by metal scaffolding and the site can only be viewed from a walkway put up around it.

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  • Address: Next to Hacı Bayram Camii, Ulus, Ankara
  • Location: Ankara
Updated: 11-21-2013

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