Temple F

Western Sicily

Now reduced to a massive pile of rubble, Temple F is one of Selinunte's three eastern temples.

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2. Temple E

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8. Temple D


Northernmost of the temples on Selinunte's Acropolis is Temple D, built towards the end of the 6th century BC and dedicated to either Neptune or Venus.