Roman temple

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In the very center of Nin, on the site of the former Roman Forum, are the remains of a monumental Roman temple, the largest on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. They date from the second half of the 1st century AD, from the reign of Emperor Vespasian (69-79 AD). His name is on an inscription carved on a frieze from the front of the temple. The sanctuary was divided into three spaces inside, separated by two pillars on each side. Statues of deities were probably placed in it

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Monuments

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Nin

Place Location

Ul. Svetog Mihovila 2, 23232, Nin

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Mateo
very good!!!
Martine
The front of the temple is picturesque and rich in information about the Roman Emperors. The monuments are sight worth. Must visit soon
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