Situated in the ancient Agora, this 4th century BC temple of Hephaestus Great God of metalwork and craftsmanship, appears shimmering, magnificent in the morning sunlight..
Impressive marble Doric columns dominate, and can also be seen when walking uphill to the Acropolis..Looking down from there, the view is unmissable..
Such a stunningly large temple,building , with its interesting history of usage over the centuries, .
Enjoyed very much the time spent there, gazing and dreaming of times long long ago
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