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Ancient Corinth.
The remains of the Roman temple dedicated to Octavia - sister of Emperor Augustus (1st century BCE). The temple represents the imperial cult of Rome, which was spread throughout the empire. The temple was surrounded by 6 x 12 Corinthian columns.
Three columns have survived to this day. Corinthian columns in Corinth. :)

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