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Temple of Apollo, Aegina
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  • Located on the headland the site contains the archaeological museum of aegina which purports to be the oldest in Greece, the temple of Apollo is pretty impressive and would have commanded an excellent...  more »
  • Close by the port and downtown Aegina, this is a must if you are history baffle. Great views are included 
  • After several visits at the Island, for the first time we decided to visit the archaeological site of Kolona. We were astonished initially from the impressive Museum and the rich ektheamata of 500 BC, the same area of the temple, but also the high antiques destinations. In the courtyard there is the mosaic floor of the older Jewish Synagws in Greece, as and where established the first copper Smelter for the cutting of the first Greek coins (palms Aegina). Entrance to Room 4 euro. Abandon Miss
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  • A-stone-ishing and a beautiful view as well.
  • Cool ruins that you can climb on! (Unfortunately that means they're not very well protected, but it's a really good location to get in touch with history and take panorama photos from...) Very pretty surroundings and covered in seas of flowers in the spring.
  • Nice place.
  • Optimal here, of course, quite warm in winter, and there is no one at all, and you can enjoy going to ruins. Still it is necessary to look at the remains of a temple, glittering in the Sun, pidplyvayuchy thereto on the boat-Catcher is mind blowing. And posokrušat′sâ about how to smartly looked like a temple-the Greeks knew a lot about aesthetics, and from which to build temples, and where their most advantageous to install, so it's not only the gods could.
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