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Apollo Hylates

by Clare Mansell
Apollo Hylates
Temple Of Apollo
In a row

Good news for a Monday! The forecast for today is 29c, which is the first time in many months that our highs have been below 30c. So I thought I’d celebrate with some photos of an historic site close to our home .

Apollo Hylates is about five minutes up the road from us, I actually drive past the entrance twice a day and like every histroic site in Cyprus, admittance only costs €1.70.  So lots of very good reasons why we should have visited a lot earlier than 13 months into our tour, but it was this month’s Episkopi Photography Club trip that finally motivated me. The project theme is “Cyprus Landmarks”, which funnily enough is about the only theme I couldn’t get started on whilst I was in the UK earlier this month.

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Cape Cod Rambling Rose September 13, 2010 - 12:28 pm

Thank you for your comment on my blog this morning! What fabulous history you have surrounding you! 😉

Ninny September 13, 2010 - 1:12 pm

Wow, it’s amazing to see such antiquity in your own backyard! I would love to see it. Your pictures are very good!



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