Temple of Apollo

The remains of this 6th century sanctuary lie atop the hill of Kolona. It only contains one column, which gives the entire site its name (kolona means column in Greek). The temple itself was rectangular and comprised of 6 columns width-wise and 11 lengthwise. The site also boasts the remains of a temple to Artemis and an archaic cemetery containing graves in which gold jewelry was found.

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