About Roman Pyramid of Vienne
The Roman Pyramid of Vienne (La Pyramide de Vienne) is a monument which would once have formed the centrepiece of Vienne’s Roman Circus.
While described as a pyramid, this is infact more of a triumphal monument made up of an arched base topped with a steep-sided square-based pyramid tower. Modelled after the one the monuments found at Rome’s Circus Maximus, La Pyramide de Vienne dates back to the 2nd century AD.
The Temple of Augustus and Livia is a very well preserved Roman temple in Vienne.
Vienne Roman Theatre is a first century theatre said to have once been amongst the largest in Gaul.
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