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Temple of Trajan in Pergamon

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Temple of Trajan in Pergamon
Temple of Trajan in Pergamon

The remains of the temple of Trajan (the so-called Trajaneum) in Pergamon (western Turkey) are the only surviving Roman ruins in the city. The property is located on the Upper Acropolis. The discovery of the temple was made at the end of the 19th century.

The built process started during the reign of Emperor Trajan, and ended under Hadrian. The building was sacred and was to be the place of Trajan and Hadrian.


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