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La Valle dei Templi

Listed under History in Agrigento, Italy.

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La Valle dei Temple is a lush valley originally chosen by ancient settlers for its location, climate, and farming potential. Today it houses the remains of Doric temples built for the likes of Hera, Hercules, and Zeus. The muse for much artistic expression throughout the centuries, it’s not surprising that this Sicilian cultural high-spot is a UNESCO world heritage site.

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Written by  Sarah Clise.

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