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View looking northwest down on to square Propylon (entrance courtyard)—partially bounded by columns. On the left, a small portion of the circular Temple to Zeus–Asclepius is visible.
In the distance, on the left, is the courtyard that measured 360 x 425 ft. [110 m. x 130 m.]. The standing columns in the distance outline the north stoa of the courtyard. Behind the tops of the columns the curvature of the cavea of the small theater is visible.
For a brief description of the Asclepion Click Here.