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Temple of Apollo, Corinth
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  • The Temple of Apollo is by far the highlight of Ancient Corinth. The view of the columns against the mountains is amazing! 
  • A very nice attraction worth visiting any lovers of ancient history. The architecture and the space that surrounds just travels in time!
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  • If you are in Corinth you have to see Ancient Corinth and the Temple of Apollo. It's an extremely significant area that defines how the land and cultures were shaped thousands of years ago. Everything...  more »
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  • This place is amateur,haven't found anything really worth seeing, try visiting Louvre( Ancient Greece section) then you'll see the difference. And plus to that 8€ entrance,please,go somewhere else.
  • the temple of apollo was built around the 7 c. B.C and made by Trophonios and Agamedes. The temple is made out of Doric columns made of porous stone and limestone. According to Greek Myth, the Temple of Delphi was where the God Apollo slew the vicious Python. Afterwards, the temple became dedicated to the God, and Pythia, named for the Python that Apollo killed. The temple went through an earthquake in 373 B.C. and was rebuilt for the third time in 330 B.C.
  • Cool place.
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  • Nice place to visit.