This is one of the best preserved temples we visited in Greece - if not the best. This is due to the fact that they are building it up again. And to save there work they put up tent. Of course this saves the building, but unfortunatly you have no chance of getting an impression how the temple fits in the amazing mountain countryside.
Getting to the temple may be difficult if you do not have a rental car or travel by bus, as it lays in the middle of nowhere. But nevertheless it is worth a visit.
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