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Temple of Hera, Selinunte, Sicily, Italy
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Temple E or Temple of Hera, in Doric order, ancient town of Selinunte, Sicily, Italy. Magna Graecia civilization, 5th century BC
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Temple E or Temple of Hera, Acropolis of Selinunte, Sicily, Italy. Magna Graecia civilization, 5th-3rd century BC
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View of the reconstructed Temple E or Temple of Hera at Selinunte
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View of the Temple C, Doric order, acropolis of the ancient city of Selinunte, Sicily, Italy. Greek civilisation, Magna Graecia, 6th century BC
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Templum E dedicated to Era, Greek Templum built around half of VI Century b. C. in the Archeological Park of Selinunte ( Trapani ) ITALY-08-02-2018
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Temple E. The City of Selinonte was founded by the greek from Megare in VII th century AD. Sicily. Italy
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Temple C, Selinunte, Sicily, Italy
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Ruins of Greek temple from seventh century BC  Province of Trapani, Selinunte, Sicily, Italy
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Selinunte  Sicily  Italy  Temple E 5C BC
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Columns as Remains, Temple E, Archaeological Site, Selinunte, Sicily, Italy
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Temple of Hera at Selinunte, the ancient Greek city on the southern coast of Sicily, Italy, Europe
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Temple of Hera, Selinunte, Sicily, Italy
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Ancient Greek Temple Selinunte archaeological site Sicily Italy
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Acropolis at Selinunte, Sicily
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Archaeological park, Selinunte, Castelvetrano, Sicily
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Ancient Greek temple Selinunte, archaeological site, Sicily, Italy
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Temple C columns at the Acropolis of Selinunte the ancient Greek city on the southern coast of Sicily, Italy, Europe
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Remains of Greek temple, archaeological excavation site, Selinunte, Sicily, Italy
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The Temple of Hera, Tempio di Giunone, was built about 470 to 450 BC. The temple belongs to the archaeological sites of Selinunte
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