The Temple of Demeter is a well-preserved ancient Greek temple located in Naxos, Greece. Built in the 6th century BC, the temple was dedicated to Demeter, the goddess of agriculture and fertility. 

The temple’s location near a fertile plain and a river is said to represent the connection between Demeter and the agricultural prosperity of the region. The temple showcases a unique architectural style, where the columns are closer together and the roof is shallower than typical for Greek temples. 

The temple was destroyed in the 6th century AD and was later used as a church. Today, visitors can explore the remains of the temple, including its 6 surviving columns and an altar.