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Reviewed June 19, 2018

Close to the northern seacoast of Aegina, looking both at Parthenon and Poseidon Temple at Sunion, it remains a must-to-visit temple despite the stealing of precious parts by German.

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Reviewed June 10, 2018

I almost don't want to leave a review of this place, because it's so stunningly tranquil. It's one of the best temple sites I've been to, and with very few visitors, too.

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Reviewed June 2, 2018

The Temple of Afaia Athina stands at the highest point of the island, just before the visitor starts descending to the resort of Agia Marina. It is well preserved, although empty of all it sculptures which 'reside' at the Museum of Berlin. There is a cafeteria among the plentiful pine trees with many publications in all the major languages, which show the history and the temple's past glory. Not to be missed on a night of full moon, when the site is open until well after midnight. Simply majestic.

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Reviewed May 23, 2018

We have enjoyed exploring this archaeological site. It's way more impressive in reality than in any picture of it that we have seen before, due to the surrounding nature and great scenery from the top of the hill.
I can't figure out how this temple looked like for a visitor about 2500 years ago, probably those people believed they are out of this world while stepping inside the sanctuary.
Unfortunateley, all the pedimental statues are exhibited in Glyptothek Museum in Munich.

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Reviewed May 22, 2018

Magnifence and feelings of overwhelm as you climb the steps to the Temple of Aphaia. How brilliant these people were, to create such a masterpiece in times of old. Was under maintenance when we were there, but still brilliant photo opportunity. Can be over-raught with tourists who at times enjoyed the odd dogs roaming around. What a privilege...

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