The Roman Temple is located in the Spanish city of Cordoba. It is believed to have been built in the latter part of the 1st century, during the reign of Emperor Claudius. It was only in the 1950s, when the city was expanding its city hall, that the ancient temple was discovered and excavated. It was built of marble and was of the Corinthian order. The excavation revealed the temple was 32 meters in length and 16 meters in width.
Some of the key architectural elements that can still be seen today include columns and capitals. The foundations of the temple and its portico are quite distinctive. Historians believe that though this was not the only temple of its kind, it is believed to have been the most important.