Next to City Hall is located the only Roman Temple of Cordoba that has survived the archaeological evidence. Dedicated to the imperial cult, dating from the late s. I A.D. and amazed by their large dimensions. Located originally in the middle of an arcaded square, towered over high podium and had six Corinthian columns exempt in your post. Against this the altar or shrine stood. The reconstruction was carried out by architect Felix Hernandez. Reopened in December 2013, has new lighting and can be visited.