Temple of Augustus is 1 km (0.6 mile) far to Ankara centurum. The temple is in the Ulus quarter of the city. It was built by the Galatian King Pylamenes in 10 AD. as a tribute to Augustus, and was reconstructed by the Romans on the ancient Ankara Acropolis in the 2nd century. lt is important today for the “Monument Ancyranum,” the sole surviving “Political Testament” of Augustus, detailing his achievements, inscribed on its walls in Latin and Greek. In the 5th century the temple was converted into a church by the Byzantines.

Address: Hacıbayram Mah.,  Altındağ– Ankara
Phone: +90
Admission: 3 TL

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