Bassae: Temple of Apollo Epicurius - sacred destinations (sitios de interés)

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bassae-old-photo.jpg The Temple of Apollo Epicurius is one of the largest and best-preserved temples in Greece, and has been designated a World Heritage Site. Built in the Arcadian mountains in the 5th century BC by the same architect who designed the Parthenon, the temple remains largely intact thanks to its remote location.

The Bassae temple has the oldest Corinthian capital ever found (or it did, before it was accidentally shattered) and is notable for its unusual combination of the Corinthian, Ionic and Doric styles.

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Category: Greek Temples

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