Temple of Apollo In Delphi, Delphi

#2 of 36 in Historic Sites in Central Greece
Religious Site · Ruin
Walk among the World Heritage-listed remains of Temple of Apollo In Delphi, a Doric temple dedicated to the great Greek god of music, sun, and poetry. First built around the 7th century BCE, the temple was subsequently destroyed and reconstructed multiple times. Some ruins of the once-great, six-columned, fifteen-sided temple still stand and have been partially restored. Enjoy panoramic views of Mount Parnassus from here. Be sure to wear comfortable footwear; it's quite a walk to reach the temple, which is part of a greater cluster of archeological sites. Make your Delphi itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
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  • A glorious sunny morning and no crowds were ideal to appreciate the site and Temple. Wending our way along the Sacred Way we saw the glorious six Doric columns of the Temple. These were...  more »
  • It's part of the entrance into the Delphi Archaeological Site. Walk further up and you'd find the ruins of the Temple of Apollo. Go further up to capture both the top view of the ruins and the...  more »
  • Beautiful place, very interesting and comfortable. Easy reachable
  • Amazing tour! Definitely something you need to experience! We came in August, so it's hot, and bring sunscreen!

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