Temple of Hera
Tempio di Hera
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The Temple of Hera (Tempio di Hera) was partially destroyed by an earthquake in the Middle Ages. Just behind the eastern end is a long altar originally used for sacrifices. The traces of red are the result of fire damage, most likely during the Carthaginian invasion of 406 BC.