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Temple of Giunone (Tempio di Giunone)

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Address: Agrigento, Sicily, Italy
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The final temple on the tour and superb views

This doesn't have the presence of the Temple of Concord as it is more of a ruin but the location at the top of the ridge is stunning with panoramic views of the surrounding area

4 of 5 starsReviewed 2 weeks ago
Ringwood, United Kingdom
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Ringwood, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This doesn't have the presence of the Temple of Concord as it is more of a ruin but the location at the top of the ridge is stunning with panoramic views of the surrounding area

Thank Ashfield531
Laurel Park
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wonderful experience. The entire area is a walk thru history. We had a wonderful guide Enzo, he explained the history . We could have spent another hour exp,oring all the ruins.

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Newcastle-under-Lyme, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This partially surviving temple clearly shows how they were built and the methods involved in building such monuments. You need a guide to explain the details.

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Maywood, New Jersey
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This majestic structure has stood against time for many centuries, people have come and gone, yet these stones could partially tell a story of a once beautiful temple where people gathered to celebrate. People are still gathering around it, to admire the once powerful architecture and dream of bygone days

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San Francisco, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our guide said although this is called the temple of Juno it was most likely not a temple dedicated to this goddess. Agrakas what the Greeks called Agrigento was tied to the sea and so this most likely served as a temple to that set of gods.

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Liverpool, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 21, 2015

At the head of the Valley of the Temples, this is the first of a series of splendid Greek temples that you visit walking downhill. Anyone remotely interested in Greek history and temples should visit this site.

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Melbourne, Australia
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 18, 2015

How lucky are we to be able to see sites like these. I get awestruck when I see these sites and I am unable to fathom the history, especially coming from Australia where our own history is relatively recent. Even though we visisted on the hottest day of summer and we were melting I still loved being here, its awesome,... More 

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West Sussex
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 10, 2015

The first temple as you arrive on site and it is impressive and breathtaking. The position is amazing and sufficient of the temple remains to be able to imagine what it must have been like two thousand years ago. No busy so we were able to take time to look carefully at the temple and take wonderful pictures to look... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 9, 2015

After a fair amount of driving and thereafter some walking, it is fascinating to arrive to the historical sites of Agrigento. The Temple of Giunone is but one of the magnificent ruins that leaves you rather impressed by it did represent in its time, and how look it has stood the test of time.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 4, 2015

This temple was built in the middle of the fifth century BC,and in period and in style belongs to the Archaic Doric period. A fire is said to have destroyed it and long after that the temple was restored during the time of the Roman province of Sicily,when the terracotta roof was replaced with a marble one . The building... More 

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