This is the first temple on the path up to Giunone, and is only represented by a few columns, with boulders and "spare parts" scattered about. Megalithic quality, and of an artistic nature which appeals in an abstract sculptural way.
Incidentally, on Giunone and Concord, there are six columns on the ends, and thirteen on the sides making for a total of 34. Both 34 and 13 are Fibonacci numbers.
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