The village Kastri before the beginning of the excavations
The village Kastri before the beginning of the excavations
The archaeological site of Delphi includes two sanctuaries, dedicated to Apollo and Athena, and other buildings, mostly intended for sports. Visitors arriving from Athens first encountered the sanctuary of Athena Pronaia - that is, “Athena who is before the temple” (of Apollo). Outside its walls spread the settlement of Delphi. Within the walls were the famous Tholos, the symbol of Delphi today, and the remains of three temples dedicated to the goddess. The two earlier temples were built of tufa ...
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See also
Other monuments of the archaeological site
Temple of Apollo at Delphi
Treasury of the Athenians
The polygonal wall of Delphi
The Treasury of the Siphnians
The Stoa of the Athenians
Ancient theatre of Delphi
Ancient gymnasium of Delphi
The Castalian fountain
Ancient stadium of Delphi
The tholos of Athena Pronaia
The votive offering of Daochos
Lesche of the Knidians