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Reviewed 27 August 2018

This temple was used by the high priests and those of nobility. You can see the mixture of Roman and Greek architecture.

Thank Lee K
Reviewed 16 July 2018

Another temple with interesting details, not complete by any means but interesting anyway. Apollo was just one of many powerful Gods the Pompeiian people believed in....

Thank wannabefoodcritic
Reviewed 28 June 2018

The Temple is quite small and we were intrigued to know how this temple would have been used at the time. It really was not for the people, but for the high priests and nobility. You can see Vesuvius in the background and I wanted...More

Thank HeatherMegaMauriFan
Reviewed 31 May 2018

The park of pompei is overall really interesting. There are many things to see in the whole park. It's almost 43 or 44 acres and contains lots of interesting ruins. Homes, temples, brothels, artwork, etc. It really gives a good glimpse into how ancient people...More

Thank luvmy32000
Reviewed 30 May 2018

Sadly now largely ruined, but as well as some huge pillars, there are impressive (replica) statues of Apollo and Diana, standing where the originals, now in Naples Archaeology Museum, stood. There is also a lovely stone sundial.

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Reviewed 19 May 2018 via mobile

The temple of Apollo is not one of the best preserved ruins in Pompei but still you can imagine how was religion in such an important city in antiquity

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Reviewed 30 April 2018

Much of this temple has been destroyed, but apparently its foundation dates to the 6th century BC. Some of the columns can still be seen.

Thank mouseHerts
Reviewed 21 February 2018 via mobile

The amount of the temple that remains is amazing. I haven’t seen anything like this. Most of the temple appears to be made of marble and the columns are huge. The process of building it must have taken a ton of time. It’s amazing to...More

Thank LostALot22
Reviewed 31 January 2018

This is the site of a very important religious building. When one is really interested in ancient archaeology and in knowing about ancient civilizations, etc, Italy is the place to go. Pompeii is a "must see" destination. Pompeii. is a famous archaeological city in Campania...More

Thank Titus D
Reviewed 22 December 2017

you have to think outside the box of how things were in their day, Apollo is such a big part of mythology, understand that and you understand all the temples.

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