Fantastic place to visit & marvel at the ability of the ancient Greeks & the architecture that they where able to construct. ... makes you think!!
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The Temple is considered to be attributed to Juno/Hera although this is now disputed. The temple dates from about 450 BC and is in a commanding position at the highest point of the Valley of the temples. The north colonade is especially well preserved.
The Temples at Agrigento are exquisite. Be prepared to have your mind blown. Take a camera, a hat, sunglasses and time. Look around. Sit and think about the years and people who have been at that site.
Great archaeological ruins that demostrates ancient ingenuity in raising pillars and setting stones without the help of modern technology.
Never knew there we so many spectacular Greek temples in Sicily. Saw this one on an escorted tour of Sicily. Clearly in ruin but no less fascinating than anything you see in Greece.
Templi di Giunone is one of four ancient Greek temples in ruins near Agrigento, massive columns reach into the sky. Stroll into the park area and visit all four sites, takes about two hours...wear shades and a hat, no shade in the heat. Great pictures!