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April 14, 2012 This temple was constructed on a mostly artificial spur. It dates to c. 450 BC, measuring 38.15 x 16.90 m: it is in Doric style, peripteros 6…

April 14, 2012 Due to its good state of preservation, the Temple of Concordia is ranked amongst the most notable edifices of the Greek civilization existing…

April 14, 2012 Temple of Juno Lacinia This temple was constructed on a mostly artificial spur. It dates to c. 450 BC, measuring 38.15 x 16.90 m: it is in Doric…

A telamon from the ancient temple site [photoblog.com] at Agrigento. They were stone carved support columns for the ancient temple buildings. The female…

UNESCO world heritage site Agrigento is on Sicily's southern coast. It is a popular place to visit for the Valley of the Temples, a few kilometres outside the…

This is either the Temple of Concordia or the Temple of Hera, one of the many temples found in the Valley of the Temples outside Agrigento.

Agrigento is built on a hill and the narrow streets and alleys twist and turn. After a huff and a puff up what seemed like hundreds of steps I made it to the…

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