The Square House of Nimes
The square house of Nimes is also known as Maison Carree. It is an ancient Roman temple located in Nimes, Souther France. It was built by Roman statesman and general, Marcus Agrippa in dedication to his sons. The temple is made up of corinthian columns in the front entrance and attached columns all around the structure.
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Donald, R. Wonders of Architecture (New York, NY: Charles Scribner & Co., 1871)
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