56 Photos - May 11, 2014
Photo: First glance of the Valley of the TemplesPhoto: Temple of Hera, ca 450 BCPhoto: Temple of Hera, ca 450 BCPhoto: Temple of Hera, 6x13 columns, ca 450 BCPhoto: Temple of Hera, 6x13 columns, ca 450 BCPhoto: Temple of Hera, 6x13 columns, ca 450 BCPhoto: Temple of Hera, 6x13 columns, ca 450 BCPhoto: Temple of Hera, 6x13 columns, ca 450 BCPhoto: Temple of Hera, ca 450 BCPhoto: Temple of Hera, ca 450 BCPhoto: View from the plateau with the templesPhoto: Agrigento city wall and temple of ConcordPhoto: Agrigento city wall and temple of ConcordPhoto: Temple of Concord, circa 430 BCPhoto: Temple of Concord, the best preserved after the Temple of Hephaistos in AthensPhoto: Temple of Concord, the best preserved after the Temple of Hephaistos in AthensPhoto: Temple of Concord, 6x13 columns, ca 430 BCPhoto: Temple of Concord, with preserved cellaPhoto: Temple of Concord, with preserved cellaPhoto: Temple of Concord, with preserved cella and two columns in antisPhoto: Temple of Concord, with preserved cellaPhoto: Temple of Concord, with preserved cellaPhoto: Temple of Concord, with preserved cellaPhoto: Temple of Concord, ca 430 BCPhoto: Temple of Concord, with preserved cella, converted into a church by the Byzantines in the 6th century ADPhoto: Temple of Concord, with preserved cella, converted into a church by the Byzantines in the 6th century ADPhoto: Villa Aurea, home of Alexander Hardcastle early 20th centuryPhoto: Temple of Heracles, built around 500 BCPhoto: View over the Valley belowPhoto: Ancient road in AgrigentoPhoto: Ancient road in AgrigentoPhoto: Remains of the Temple of Olympian Zeus, around 406 BCPhoto: Temple of Olympian Zeus, 110x53 metersPhoto: Telamone from the Temple of Olympian ZeusPhoto: Telamone from the Temple of Olympian ZeusPhoto: Telamone from the Temple of Olympian ZeusPhoto: Telamone from the Temple of Olympian ZeusPhoto: View over the valleyPhoto: Composition temple, Sanctuary of the Chthonic DivinitiesPhoto: Sanctuary of the Chthonic DivinitiesPhoto: Sanctuary of the Chthonic DivinitiesPhoto: Agrigento in springPhoto: Agrigento in springPhoto: Round and square altar at the Sanctuary of the Chthonic DivinitiesPhoto: Detail of the stones used at the Sanctuary of the Chthonic DivinitiesPhoto: Temple of Hephaistos, ca 430 BCPhoto: Kolymbetra Garden, originally a water reservoir built by Carthagian prisoners in 480 BCPhoto: Kolymbetra Garden, originally a water reservoir built by Carthagian prisoners in 480 BCPhoto: Hellenistic ekklesiasterion that could host 3,000 citizensPhoto: Hellenistic ekklesiasterion with the church of San Nicola (13th century)Photo: Hellenistic ekklesiasterionPhoto: Hellenistic ekklesiasterionPhoto: Temple of Concordia, seen from the Museum of AgrigentoPhoto: Temple of Concordia, seen from the Museum of AgrigentoPhoto: Temple of Concordia, seen from the Museum of AgrigentoPhoto: Temple of Concordia, seen from the road below