Corinth, Greece, 2017.10.16
Corinth, Greece, 2017.10.16.
Nikon D7200, 12-24mm f/4G lens @18mm f/8, aperture priority.

"The site from the ancient city of Corinth, which is now considered to belong to the Temple of Apollo, has a long history of being identified with different Greek divinities. Weinberg noted how, since the Renaissance, visitors to the site had wondered which god it had belonged to. For example, in the 16th century Martin Kraus visited the site and speculated that the remains of the temple which stood there had belonged to Juno. Additionally, other areas sacred to Apollo have been identified in and around the city, such as a shrine in the Asklepion and another temple situated outside the city walls."

— "Temple of Apollo, Corinth" Warwick University