Roman Temple of Vic, at Vic (Ausa), Barcelone.
Planta del Templo de Vic
Plan of Temple of Vic

Very well preserved, this Roman temple was discovered at 1882 after demolishing an old castle -Castle of the Montcada- where Temple was included as a patio.
It was built at 2nd century.
It is hexastyle, i.e., it has a portico with six columns with Corinthian capitals that support a tympanum. A lateral column completes the portico area.
Wall of cella is open, without detached columns. So it just keep structural function of supporting cover. The whole is built on a podium. Access can be done through a staircase at the central façade.
Templo de Vic
Right general view
Templo de Vic
Left general view