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Just to walk around this sanctuary is amazing given it's historical importance. The Temple of Apollo at Corinth is stunning for it's place in history and it's commanding views across the Gulf of Corinth.
The Temple of Apollo is an ancient Temple dedicated to the Greek God Apollo.The temple is located next to the museum.The monument is half saved during the ages and especially after the Roman invasion to Korinth. You must visit it.
Standing in the wake of the Apollo Temple ruins, what an experience and pleasure to be on the same land as these exceptional persona, it brings everything you learned to reality.To me it was a "must see".
The Temple of Apollos is the most prominent building when you first enter the site of Ancient Corinth. Be sure to look around and see the whole site. Situated at the base of a mountain, it is a beautiful place to see and visit. Be...More
Corinth is a little over an hour's scenic drive from Athens. The Temple of Apollo is a fascinating visit - this temple is older (by about 100 years) than the Parthenon. The Parthenon's pillars were made of blocks, but each of the pillars of this...More