The sacred places of Akragas
So-called Temple of Juno
So-called Temple of Concordia
So-called Temple of Hercules
So-called Temple of Vulcan
Sanctuary of Asclepius, god of medicine, built in the fourth century BC to the south of the city, outside the walls
Sanctuary of the Chthonic Deities. The circular altar and the temple.
Sanctuary of the Chthonic Deities. Doric temple rebuilt in 800.
Circular altar at the Temple of Demeter on the eastern slopes of the acropolis
Church of San Biagio. Detail of the crawlspace foundations of the Greek temple dedicated to Demeter
Temple of Demeter. The altars
Church of San Biagio built on the foundations of the temple of Demeter on the eastern slopes of the Rock of Athena
The imposing ruins of the temple dedicated to Olympian Zeus
Monumental altar placed to the east of the Temple of Zeus
The exhibition was curated by Giusi Messina.
General Coordination: Giuseppe Parello, Director of Archaeological Park and Landscape of the Valley of the Temples.
Texts: Maria Serena Rizzo and Valentina Caminneci
Photos: Emanuele Simonaro, Fabio Florio, Angelo Pitrone.