Temple of Jupiter - Roma - Roma

Finished under Tarquin the Superb's reign and inaugurated in 509 B.C., the Temple of Jupiter is located on the hill of Capitoline. Ericted on a podium, the temple was Rome's most important one and was as great as the Pantheon. Its structure was one of a peripteral temple in which were placed the statues of Jupiter, Juno and Minerva (the Capitoline triad). It probably remained intact until 83 B.C. and was restored because of fires by Augustus, Vespasian and Domitian.

To see: the foundations and the podium, under the Caffarelli palace; Next to: the museums of the Capitoline.

Address : Via del tempio Giove Roma Italy

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