Spain, Cordoba

The Roman Temple of Córdoba was constructed in the first century CE. The city had a circus, amphitheatre, and forum. Seneca the Younger and Lucan were notable citizens. It is most likely that its temple was dedicated to the imperial cult: the worship of emperors.


Circus Interior

Roman Theatre Of Cordoba

Outside Amphitheatre

On The Roman Bridge

Roman Bridge Gate

Circus Exterior

View Of The Northeast Courtyard

In Front Of The Temple

Southeast Podium

Northeast Podium