Temple of Venus and Roma

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The Temple of Venus and Roma was an ancient Roman temple stading in Forum Romanun beside the Colosseum. The temple was built in 135 AD and was erected in honour of the goddesses Venus Felix and Roma Aeterna.

Today most of the structure still stands and is a popular toruist attraction in Rome.
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Remains of the temple.
A closer look at the temple's brickwork.
The Colosseum as seen from the temple.
The Colosseum as seen from the temple.
A close look at the remins of the temple.
One of the walls from the interior of the temple.
The Colosseum as seen from the temple.
Columns from the temple still standing.
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