Historians think that originally the building was not a temple but the circular vestibule of access to the Temple of Piece, which was located at the large square arranged as a garden. In the 4th century, the Emperor Maxentius reused the vestibule of then abandoned area to dedicate the temple to his son Valerius Romulus. Later, it was used as a vestibule of the new Basilica of Saints Cosmas and Damian. It is an imposing structure with a striking bronze door.
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