Temple of Apollo, oldest oracle center of the known world, has been destroyed back in 5th century BC by Persians, rebuilt over and over again and after thousands of years, still impressive remnants are here. Of course, when compared with Ionia's other marvels such as Pergamon, Aphrodisias, Ephesus etc, this temple is smaller, less attractive. But if you have a guide who knows about the history and who can help you to visualise the past lives by narration, then, it's really impressive. There are few explanatory notes around, so best is to go there with background information. At the entrance, there is a very small museum shop but it has nevertheless good reference books about the site.
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