Small is Beautiful was the expression of hopeful people in the 1970's before the "No No's" took over. This example of the Roman sense of allowing personal religions and gods to flourish is good. It stands alone in the corner of Pula's Forum Square. If the Pula Tourist Board has any gumption then the Temple could become a point for... 更多
Yes, that's the true, this temple is not enormous still is very appealing by the fantastic conservation, considering that is +2000 years old. Very accessible to visit.
This is an excellently preserved Roman temple. It is very small inside but has an interesting collection of Roman artifacts with plenty of information. It looks great from the outside too. It is only a few Kn to get in or is included on the list of attractions that you can get into with the Pula Card (90kn for 6... 更多
Located in the old square and near the city hall is the Temple of Augustus. It was a towering colonnaded building with a small museum inside. There were a few interesting pieces including a carving of Medusa and Dionysus. It was a pretty simple museum and only took about ten minutes to complete but it was still a nice detour.
This temple was reconstructed from original material after an Allied bomb hit close in WWII. It is a very nice site on the edge of the original Roman forum but not much else to see except for the partial remains of an Augustus Caesar statue from the original temple.
The Temple of Augustus also gets referred to as The Forum. There is a small museum inside but what made it so good for us is that every night there was some sort of entertainment staged there from choirs to breakdancing to a play being acted out. There are lots of bars and restaurants to sit at. Gorgeous.
The last remaining structure from the old Roman forum. Not as large as you would imagine and small inside as a consequence. Impressive nevertheless. A 10kn entry fee in the summer of 2016.