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Sanctuary of Poseidon, Tinos
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  • Scattered rubble, nearly non-existent organization and only with imagination there is something to see. Maybe because the audience go Tinos go for another temple, there is no interest for him.
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  • This is the ancient temple of the God of the sea Poseidon. It is near the beaches in and around Kionia tinos town. Worth the visit and especially for anyone interested in the Antiquities.
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  • Interesting, as every exhibit of the past, preserved with care, as much as possible, preserved by the growth of vegetation, from the expansion of the surrounding buildings, due to the presence of two keepers; Unfortunately, little remains of what must have been a beautiful and majestic achievement of antiquity ... Is preserved, this is true, the grandeur of the building, seen from the extent of the site and the remains, from a position overlooking the coast. A warning, that man must still learn to listen, which is not always the reuse of building materials is recommended; responsible for the decay is not only the ravages of time and the climatic conditions, which was not destructive as elsewhere: many stones, marbles, they disappeared apparently because used to build homes, an infant, rural, etc
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