This is fantastic Greek temple ruin with 15 standing columns that dates from 560 BC. And not another person in sight -- anywhere! If this were in Rome or Athens or any number of other places, it would be swamped with busloads of tourists. For us, it was completely empty. Pythagoras was its most famous resident during the days of Magna Grecia. The name derives from the fact that the Knights Templar once gathered here before leaving for the Crusades. The site is always open and free.
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