Temple of Diana
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Panoramic photo by Joaquín Acedo Lavado Taken 14:00, 22/08/2011 - Views loading...

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Temple of Diana

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Arriving at the newly enabled Diana Temple Square, the tourist can not fail to be intoxicated by it is the best preserved monument of the whole archaeological, rectangular, presiding columns throughout the building, making it something truly majestic.
Recommendation; visit at night, the night lighting transforms the scene into something magical.
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