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Segesta Temple
Palerme - Sicily

The temple of Segesta is one of the well preserved temple in Italy, built by the Elymians (ancient people who inhabited the western part of Sicily during the Bronze Age and Classical antiquity) in a Doric style around the V century b.c.

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