Photographer's Note

The Temple of Apollo is the most photographed and the most picturesque part of the ruins of ancient Corinth.
The temple has been dated to around 540 BC. It was built to replace an earlier temple from the 7th C BC. According to the Greek traveler Pausanias (110-180 AD), there was a bronze statue of Apollo in the Temple. The temple was built in the Doric style, it had 38 columns (although only 7 remain standing today) and was 53m long.

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