- This is the best-preserved Roman relic in the city, and has three columns with Corinthian capitals raised on top of podiums. Built in the 1st Century BCE, it was originally a pagan temple, located in what used to be the center of Roman Barcelona. Don't miss this chance to explore one of the last traces of the Roman town known as Barcino, upon which the medieval city was based. The three columns from the Temple d'August are inside the Centre Excursionista de Catalunya. Admission is free.
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