The Temple of Apollo at Claros was an ancient Greek temple located near the town of Ahmetbeyli in modern-day Turkey. The temple was an important center of prophecy and worship, dedicated to the god Apollo.
The temple was built in the Hellenistic period, around the 4th century BCE, and underwent several renovations over the centuries. The temple’s most notable feature was its oracle, which was renowned throughout the ancient world for its accuracy and insight. Visitors would come from all over to consult the oracle, which was believed to provide prophetic advice on matters ranging from personal affairs to politics and warfare.
The temple’s other notable features included a large central hall, which was used for worship and public ceremonies, and a sacred spring, which was believed to have healing properties. The temple also housed a large library and was a center of learning and scholarship.
Today, only a few columns and fragments of the Temple of Apollo at Claros remain, but the site remains an important archaeological and historical landmark. Visitors can explore the ruins of the temple and learn about the ancient Greek beliefs and practices that were associated with it.