The Temple of Aphaea stands as a remarkable testament to ancient Greek architecture and religion. 

Built in the 6th century BC on the island of Aegina, it remains as one of the best-preserved temples from the Archaic period. 

The temple is dedicated to the goddess Aphaea and is situated atop a hill with breathtaking views overlooking the sea. 

Visitors can immerse themselves in the historical significance of the complex, including the sculpted pediments showcasing various mythological scenes.