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Temple of Dionysus

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Temple of Dionysus

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aperry932 wrote a review Sep 2019
Powder Springs, Georgia339 contributions55 helpful votes
Well preserved temple site with plenty of signage that describes everything that you see on site. It's about a ten minute hike uphill to get to the site and the cost is 4 euros per person to get in. Glad we went.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Dani G wrote a review Sep 2019
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A nice and well maintained place. There is a museum with the reconstruction and explanation related to the site, very interesting and well done. The site has been in part reconstructed, nevertheless is very interesting to visit. Entrance with 4€ fee. Closed on Tuesday. Opening hours 8:45 - 15:45
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Date of experience: August 2019
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MrandMrsRo wrote a review Jul 2019
Chester, United Kingdom1,276 contributions199 helpful votes
We walked here from our accommodation in St Georges Beach - quiet road leading from just past the big Spa supermarket - took about half an hour each way. Cost 4 euros entry - not a lot to see - probably only stayed about 15-20 mins but nice enough ancient site with a very small museum with a few artefacts.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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duffi wrote a review Jul 2019
Somerset111 contributions6 helpful votes
Such a pretty place and so lovely and calm. Beautifully kept and a must see in Naxos.. A wonderful place to sit and relax under the shade of the trees..
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Leon B wrote a review Mar 2019
Bradfield, United Kingdom37 contributions16 helpful votes
Each time I visit Naxos I make a pilgrimage to this sanctuary. As it's not on any bus route, the choice is between a pilgrimage on foot or travel by hired transport, which seems inappropriate for this sacred site. The spirit of Dionysus still pervades the place, an ambivalent god - inviting and assisting, but also unpredictable and destructive - to whom supplicants came millennia ago, just as the spirit of Apollo, looking across the sea to Delos, seems to inhabit the Portara. The pagan worshippers of old chose the perfect location in the heart of the countryside to pay homage: the goats and the cattle that would have been familiar to them still frequent the fields, though no longer kept for sacrifice to the deity but rather to be served up to the tourists for 6 to 8 euros a shot. There is even a prized bull in the field just outside the sanctuary that eyes you as you pass. More impressive than the bull, however, are the mountains that flank the temple, lending a sense of serenity and enclosure to the well-tended site, secure from the cares of the harsh everyday world beyond, now as then.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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