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Temple of Romulus in Rome

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Temple of Romulus in Rome
Temple of Romulus in Rome

Temple of Romulus in Rome, dedicated to the son of Maxentius in 309 CE. Originally, this small round temple was a place of worship for Jupiter Stator. The building is well-preserved due to the fact that it was used in later times as a vestibule for the Church of Saints Cosmas and Damian.

The temple is located at the Forum Romanum, next to the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina. After Maxentius’ death, Constantine I restored the shrine to a place of worship for Jupiter.

An extremely interesting part of the building is its entrance door, made of bronze, reflecting the atmosphere of the place.

Entrance door of the Temple of Romulus in Rome.
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