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The remains of the Temple of Bacchus, London. The Temple also served as a Temple of Mithras at one point in its history.

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Comment by Peter Sipes on August 1, 2007 at 2:07pm
I've been here. It's way cool, but I didn't know it had a previous life as a temple to Bacchus. I thought it had been dedicated only to Mithras.


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