The temple of Mitra, built in the era of the Roman Empire, will open its doors to visitors. It is here that you can learn about the life of the ancient Londoners at a time when there was no UK, and the city itself was called Londinium. The temple itself was discovered accidentally, back in 1954, but then the find was simply preserved. In 2013, during the excavations that were conducted for the construction of the European headquarters of Bloomberg, it was decided to recreate the object almost in its original form.
More than 50 employees of the museum took part in the study of this place, and archaeologists obtained about 10 thousand items of the beginning of our era. After the restoration works, the temple of Mitra became part of the Bloomberg building complex, which is located underground. Now residents of London and guests of the capital will be able to get acquainted with one of the most mysterious rituals of the Romans, when warriors worshiped the god Mitra.