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Temple Romà. Segle II -VIC-

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Graciel·la (Vic. Catalonia) (CAT. New European State, Poland) on 28 December 2018 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Roman temple 2nd century. Vic.
In 1882, when the Romanesque castle of Montcada in the old town of Vic (Catalonia) was demolished, the remains of a Roman temple appeared among the ruins. This ancient Roman temple which had been preserved in excellent condition.
The building dates from the 2nd century, after the Roman conquest of Hispania. The reconstruction lasted for 77 years (1883-1959), but it is currently one of only two Roman temples throughout iberian penninsule to have been preserved practically complete.
It is currently an exhibition hall and cultural activities

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