Valley of the Temples
Agrigento, Sicily, Italy
The Temple of Concord (430 BC) may be the luckiest Greek
Temple of them all.  It was first preserved as a Christian
Basilica in the 6th Century and then restored in 1748.  I have
seen no finer example of classic Greek architecture anywhere
else in the world.  Concord (peace) stars at the Valley of the
Temples, another World Heritage Site in Sicily.
I cared about capturing the Temple of Concord's image from
whatever angles the setting sun allowed.  It was fully ready
for a close-up.   
At best whatever else survives at the Valley of the Temples,
such as the Temple of Hercules, offers no competition to the
Temple of Concord.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the free
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video of this trip , "Don
Corleone's Island", by clicking on: