Roman Temple of Cordoba
The Roman Temple of Cordoba was discovered after an excavation in the early 1950s. The monument is located at the confluence of the Calle Claudio Marcelo and its Chapel.
Although it is not the only church that the city has had, it was probably the most important of all. The Roman Temple is of Corinthian order, and measures 32 meters long by 16 wide. Construction began in 50 AD and ended in the year 90 and it is believed that it was dedicated to the imperial cult.