The most visible part of this Temple of Apollo is the 3 reconstructed columns with a piece of the entablature (roof section with metope & triglyph) that can be seen from the road. Overall, sloppy when compared to other nicely reconstructed sites elsewhere; the columns are just poorly matched sections (although it may have been all they had with which to work). There is a mostly original stadium with reconstructed theater that to me looked brand-new. The reconstruction here must have been hurried- they used either non-original materials (new molded concrete?) or mismatched original blocks. Maybe it's still in progress and being excavated. Unless you have extra time on the island, I would check out other sites. One upside is this site won't be crowded and it is free to visit and roam around.
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