Temple of Apollo Epikourios
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Archaeological site known for its unique, well-preserved temple built between 450 and 400 BC
Bassae (Latin: Bassae, Ancient Greek: Βάσσαι - Bassai, meaning "little vale in the rocks") is an archaeological site in Oichalia, a municipality in the northeastern part of Messenia, Greece. In classical antiquity, it was part of Arcadia. Bassae lies near the village of Skliros, northeast of…
"Temple of Apollo Epikourios" is a historical place, the first in Greece to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (the Acropolis of Athens was listed one year later), located high up in remote mountain terrain, the Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae (420-400 BC) is the work of Ictinus, one of…
The temple was dedicated to Apollo Epikourios ("Apollo the helper"). It was designed by Iktinos,architect at Athens of the Temple of Hephaestus and the Parthenon.
Intact ancient marble Temple of Apollo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by the architect of the Parthenon. Located high in the mountains.