Ancient ruins give us a fascinating window into the past. Ancient ruins give us a fascinating window into the past: how people lived, the spaces they inhabited and their daily lives. We decided to step back in time and recreate some of our favorite ancient ruins in their original locations.
Back in ancient times, this temple sheltered a monumental golden statue of Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, craft and war. Built in dedication to Jupiter, the god of the sky and thunder, this temple was the main center of religious life in the ancient city of Pompeii, a small Roman town on the Bay of Naples.
Since its inception, Luxor Temple, which takes its name from the Arabic term, al-Uksur, has been a sacred site. Commissioned by Amenhotep III in 1380 BC, the temple was renovated by Rameses II about a hundred years later to incorporate a great pylon gateway and an open courtyard.
With epic obelisks and architraves, Luxor Temple represents some of ancient Egypt’s most monumental stone architecture. Area Sacra di Largo Argentina – Temple B. This square in Rome houses not one, but four Roman temple ruins.
Temple B is the most recent of the four temples, and six of its columns, the original flight of steps and the alta are all still intact. Visitors to the area will not only find a fascinating archaeological site, but also hundreds of cats living among the ruins.
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