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The temple is easy to find, even on the tourist maps. It is basic and under renovation by UNESCO (bravo!) but is still worth a visit. Even in ruin, you get an idea of the brilliance of Roman engineering. 10 mins out of your day...More
This is "on the way" to get to other places. It is nice, but it is not like being in Rome, or in the rest of Italy for that matter. You do not need a guide on this stop. The juxtaposition of positioning with the...More
It has its own charm because it is in the middle of the city without anything like it near. So yes, it is fake, of course you can see better ancient temples in Italy or Greece and certainly it's not something that you should bother...More
We walked to see them, and while it didn't take long to see them (it is literally what you see in the photo), they are beautifully maintained and located in a great neighbourhood which is bit away from the touristy mosque-cathedral area.
I was staying in this area of Cordoba, June 2018. It's a 1st century AD site of the Roman Temple, which you view from the roadside. Try and get the feel for it while looking at it, use your imagination, as to what it was...More
I wouldn't call this a "destination" Roman site. It is marvelous that they have unearthed this treasure, but there isn't much to see, although there are promises of further development in the future. Many of the best artifacts have been moved to the Alcazar.
This roman heritage of Cordaba looks cool and it's really interesting to see this different signs of di=fferent time periods of the city. The temple is small and it's not possible to walk inside, but it brings special mood to the area around.
If you happen to walk past this then have a look but really don't bother to make a special journey and if you stop for a beer in one of the cafes opposite, be careful which one.
The signs say they are renovating the temple...More