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View looking southwest at the east entrance of the Temple of Apollo. Six restored columns are visible. They are composed of a series of drums and were originally plastered. The entrance ramp is visible in front of them.
On the right (north) side of the image is a square column — plinth — that probably was topped by a statue of “Apollo Sitalcus.”
In the lower left the altar of Apollo is visible.