Reconsider the Temple of Concordia, the well-preserved main attraction in the Valley of the Temples, a series of Greek-era Doric structures and scattered remnants just south of Agrigento, Sicily. Built between 440 and 430 B.C., it’s the largest and best-preserved Doric temple in Sicily and one of the best-preserved Greek temples period.

The park was closed before we arrived at 8:30 pm so we drove onto the grounds of a swanky hotel located only a couple of hundred yards below the above-named structure, pretending we were guests, in order to get a bit closer. Snapped on Tuesday, 5.25.10 at 8:55 pm.