The Temple of Augustus is an Ancient Roman temple situated in the Croatian city, Pula. The temple is thought to have been built in the time between 27BC and 14AD, it is dedicated to the Roman emperor, Augustus who ruled during that time. The temple was built on a podium and stands at 14m high with Corinthian columns dominant in its design. The temple is considered one of the best Roman monuments outside of Rome.
The temple is situated at Forum Square. The best way to get there is on foot, alternatively, take a taxi.
Opening Times and Admission
The temple currently houses a small museum showing roman sculptures. The entry fee is set at 10KN for adults and 5KN for concessions. It is open daily, 9am-9pm on weekdays and 9am-3pm on weekends.