Jacques

Jacques

Posted on 09/21/2010


Photo taken on June 28, 2007



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Greece
200706 Trip
Old Corinth
Apollo Temple
Achaelogical site
Ruins
Fortress of Acrocorinth
Doric Style Pillars


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PICT18955ac Old Corinth Archaeological Site Apollo's Temple Ruins 6th-century BC

PICT18955ac Old Corinth Archaeological Site Apollo's Temple Ruins 6th-century BC
This is the oldest specimen of Doric style pillars in the world; The temple to Apollo was built in 550 BC. Apollo was the god of music, song and poetry and the ideal of male beauty, making Corinth a centre for homosexuality; One can see also on top of the mountain 800 metres high the Fortress of Acrocorinth; Greece Peloponnese Old Corinth Archaeological Site.

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Evangrek63
Evangrek63
Thanks for the information too
7 years ago.
Jacques has replied to Evangrek63
I have searched this specific info on Google and Wikipedia to make the picture more educative, thank You Evan!
7 years ago.
Martine
Martine
Et toi tu sais prendre de belles photos
7 years ago.
Jacques has replied to Martine
C'est très gentil ce que tu me dis, merci Martine!
7 years ago.