If you didn't read the introduction, you wouldn't know that this attraction is called Xuanmiao. The three pillars in the Roman ruins look really tattered, and you can't see the original shape. Now only these three pillars are left.
The three pillars are the Vesta Temple. Vesta is the Roman god of the Vesta, and the priestess must remain chaste until she is 40 years old. If she loses her virginity during this period, she is executed, and if she is able to observe the festival, the state will give a large dowry. The priestesses of Vesta were all noble women of noble origin, and had a rather special position in Roman society.
The circular temple in the picture below is the earliest marble building in Rome, with 20 Collins columns (one missing) encircling the main hall in the middle. Called the Templi di Vesta, it is probably very similar to the shrine in the Roman square, but it is dedicated to the hero of Greek mythology, Hercules. In the Middle Ages, the Greeks who lived in this area converted the Fortuna and the Fontana temples to Christianity in order to preserve them.
A non-mainstream attraction in Rome, but unique in shape, like an umbrella, it's beautiful!
A small attraction in Rome, not very crowded, not very grand, but quite old!