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This is an experience I will never forget, and I take my hat off to the dedicated people who have worked so diligently to restore these temples to somewhere near their former glory. The views from the top of the hill are stunning, and the...More
Much like the Temple at Segesta the Temple della Concordia looks like one of the better preserved ruins. Many of the temples have lost much of their structure but with Concordia it still looks like a Temple with columns about 20ft high and this helps...More
You really do get the sense of past times at this place. There is a cafe and ice cream vendor there. Not sure what the Greco/Romans would have made of that. There is a shuttle bus going fron end to end if you get knackered...More
Roman temple with Doric columns and in a great state of repair. Sits pretty much in the centre of the site and forms the sort of corner-stone of the various ruins on the site.
There is a currently a set of video screens showing an...More
Historically interesting, well spread out so take decent walking footwear. The Doric style Greek temple is in really good condition and is a really good subject to photograph. Also on the site there is a large amphitheatre in good condition. We sat eating our lunch...More