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Temple of Apollo, Didim
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
Walk in the shadow of imposing columns at Temple of Apollo, one of the most important sanctuaries of the ancient world. The temple sits at the site of ancient Didyma, which was, next to Delphi, the largest center of the cult of Apollo. After the destruction of the original temple in the 5th century BCE, a grand project of reconstruction was started, but never finished. Giant columns and elaborate stone reliefs allow you to imagine the magnitude of the envisioned temple. The ruins lie in the town center surrounded by a good selection of cafes and restaurants. If you're visiting on a hot day make sure to bring adequate sun protection. For Temple of Apollo and beyond, use our Didim vacation route planner to get the most from your Didim vacation.
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We visited this temple as part of a private tour of Priene, Miletus, and Didyma. I was interested to see it because it was the fourth largest temple in the Greek world and also it housed the second mo... read more »
Harika. Cok etkileyici idi. Tarih ve Arkeoloji ile ilgilenen herkesin gormedi gereken bir kalinti. Giris icin kisi basi 10 TL aliyorlar. Daha uygun olabilir. İnsanlar rahatca girip gezip gorebilmeli. ... read more »Great. Was very impressive. History and archaeology could not see everyone viewing to ruins. For entry per person $ 10. Might be more appropriate. People can feel comfortable in and around gorebilmeli. Koya boyle. The surrounding area is also marvellous. Am October month of tranquillity, too. Gorulmesi should be a special place.show original
giriş ücreti 10 tl, müze kart geçerli, didime geldiyseniz görmeniz gereken bir nokta, bitirilebilseydi dünyanın en büyük tapınaklarından birisi olacaktı, 124 adet sütundan sadece 3 adeti kalmıştır, bu... read more »entry fee $ 10, if you have the current Museum card, came to a point that you need to see the ladies say, could one of the world's largest shrine completed, 124 columns only 3 total, 2 running, 3 pieces of this column from the lower parts of the cement in the restored were plastered withshow original
Nice place to visit, pretty cheap entry. Going through the temple is pretty short and there isn't that much to do. Food places and tourists shops are plentiful and desperate for business. Wouldn't spend too long here.
10 lira (£2.5) entry price is well worth it. Photos won't do it justice: this place is big and very impressive.
Astonishing remains of the temple... Very impressive...
I have to say,I thought the pictures on the internet were good but it's not until you get here,that you get the full effect. The beauty,the splendour,just takes your breath away. The site is quiet large and just walking amongst the pillars, is jaw dropping. Marvel at the size of the columns and then wonder at how they erected such things that have stood the test of time for so long, The stillness that it instills is a wonder as the sight is surrounded by houses in close proximity but it's like time has been captured and stood still when you enter the inner chamber. The carving are ornate and the whole experience is marvellous
Nice place to visit.
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