The Carrawburgh Mithraeum is located on the former site of a Roman fort at Hadrian's wall.
Just outside of Rome, in the town of Marino, the Mithraeum Marino can be found.
The London Mithraeum is one of the most important archaeological finds from Roman times in London, England. The sanctuary dedicated to Mithras (called Mithraeum) was discovered in 1954 during construction work on Walbrook.
Krkavčanski menhir is a 2.5 m high unpolished stone megalith located near the town of Krkavče in Slovenia.
The Mithraeum of Ostia Antica is the largest known temple dedicated to Mithra.
Near the village of Rožanec is a hidden Mithraeum, to which a marked path leads.
The Mithraeum in Saarbrücken is located on the western slope of the Halberg, and it's one of the oldest historical places in the Saarbrücken area.
Suspected Mithras sanctuary near Sankt Urban (Carinthia): an inscription in honour of Mithras from the 3rd century was found here.
In the French town of Bourg-Saint-Andéol one can find this bas-relief of Mithras, which was once part of a Mithraeum.
Just outside of the Macedonian town of Prilep one can find the remnants of what is believed to be a Mithraeum.
The Mithraeum in the Croatian village of Močići is located in a natural cave.
The Mithraeum in Fertőrákos is a Roman-era place of worship dedicated to Mithras located on the Hungarian-Austrian border.