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Palaeopolis Palaeopolis

The archaeological site of Palaeopolis is the site of the ancient market of Corfu town, as it evolved from the ancient times till the 6th century AD. The most important archaeological monuments of the site are the following: the agora, the Doric temple of Kardaki, the roman baths and a pre-Hellenistic round building, which was transformed into a Christian church during the first Christian era.

Temple of Artemis Temple of Artemis

The temple is in Kanoni region at the borders of Paliopoli and dates back to the 6th century B.C. The only stone gable of the temple is at the Archaeological Museum of Corfu.

There, visitors can admire the well-preserved temple of Doric order and the big altar as well.

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