Constructed in the 6th century BC, the Temple of Apollo boasts unparalleled preservation and has become a popular destination for tourists worldwide. 

Dedicated to Apollo, the Greek god of poetry, music, prophecy, and healing, its exterior is made of marble and limestone, while its interior houses a single rectangular room adorned with two rows of columns. 

Featuring the Doric style, the temple is renowned for its six columns on either side of the entrance and twelve columns on the sides. 

The temple once housed a majestic statue of Apollo, which is now lost to time.