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I have respect for this building
had several fires, collapsed for a part, was bombed in WW 2 and the building is still standing :-)
It is a smaller building located at the town center.
worth a quick visit.
In the temple there is a...More
Nice old structure. Good for pictures. Not an awful lot inside, but good value as the entrance us cheap enough.
Really cannot work out why the dummies a recall inside staring at the roof.... someone's got a sense of humour I suspect.
There are some odd dark drapes hanging among the white columns of this small temple at the corner of the main square. You have to pay a fee to go inside, most people just stop to sit on the stairs and take a picture.
Visited the temple of Augustus on numerous occasions as it is such a beautiful and fascinating building. In fact this is the oldest preserved building in the whole of Croatia and I strongly recommend a visit!
To my mind the Temple looks a little out of place situated where it is but of course, the modern city of Pula grew up around it. You can tell that the temple has been reconstructed many times over by the cracks and crevices in...More