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Temple of Demeter

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Temple of Demeter

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AdProf wrote a review Oct 2019
Laguna Niguel, California40 contributions9 helpful votes
We visits from Ayiopetra, our hotel/inn which faced out to the Temple. It was a short drive and we could see it in the evening with cocktails. The temple and small museum were wonderful and definitely worth the visit. The cost was very inexpensive...just a few Euros.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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andy K wrote a review Sep 2019
Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom109 contributions24 helpful votes
Get to this place worth a visit. Parking can be difficult at busy times. Short walk to the Museum with a small entry cost. After walking Museum come out and walk to Temple. Some restoration works completed to give a better understanding of the Temple shape.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Chris H wrote a review Sep 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom1,880 contributions744 helpful votes
We visited this ruin as part of a day trip out in a rented car. We only went there because we thought we should visit one Ancient Greek ruin whilst we were on Naxos. For us, frankly, it was a disappointment. Others, much more knowledgeable than us appeared to be quite impressed. But for us it was just another item ticked off the list. By the way it’s quite a long uphill walk from the car parking area. Paved path but quite uneven in places. We were very lucky to be there when only a few others were around. As we left 3 tour buses were unloading and on the way out we saw 6 more coaches waiting their turn to go in. So if you want to get the best impression of the place, we suggest arriving early - say before 10am. There is an entry fee of €4 per person, reduced to €2 for concessions, like us retired folk.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Uniqueoutlook wrote a review Sep 2019
Toronto, Canada163 contributions54 helpful votes
The temple itself has been slightly rebuilt to provide some context to what it may have looked like before. The museum is also worth a quick stop and included in the ticket price. There is a bathroom available as well. The surrounding valley views are quite beautiful and I’m glad I made the stop. Note that the site is up on a little hill and the path is uneven. This may prove a bit of a challenge for those who cannot navigate this type of terrain easily.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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VassilisK68 wrote a review Aug 2019
Athens, Greece36 contributions8 helpful votes
Very good restoration effort of the Demetra temple. The on site museum is invaluable in order to provide understanding of the building as well as how such ancient temples were routinely converted to Christian churches.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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