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This is a well preserved Temple of Apollo which dates from the 6th century bc.
It is close to the entrance to the Ancient Corinth site , you can't miss it lol
A very impressive structure, large column along the length, but as the information...More
Once a major temple with countless visitors each year, the remains are still impressive. The Doric columns are impressive. When in use, it attracted countless visitors due to the sensual nature of the worship conducted here.
I expected a bigger temple to tell you the truth. The remaining pillars of the temple are well preserved and a reminder of a glorious past. As a part of the archeological parc it’s a great thing to see along..
The Temple of Apollo is tall and imposing, and is the first thing you see when you visit ancient Corinth. The site and museum are both fantastic, although the museum was extra special! We saw both the site and museum in about 1-1.5 hours.