In Agrigento we toured the Valley of the Temples, where we encountered some of the most striking examples of Greek architecture. The term “valley” is a misnomer as the site is actually located atop a ridge that overlooks the city. Unlike the less than romantic nomenclature used in Selinunte (Temple A, B, C, etc), in Agrigento the writings of Cicero have informed our identification of the various temples. One of the most impressive buildings is the exemplary Temple of Concord, whose façade prominently features as the UNESCO logo. While it is unclear what exact Greek deity the temple was dedicated to, Concord is uniquely a Roman concept and celebrated the unity after a political battle or dispute. The Temple of Concord is exceptional with respect to its condition, and actually is the most well preserved temple in the entire Greek world! The unparalleled preservation of the building is contributed to the temple’s transformation into a Christian church. Some alterations that were made to the structure from this conversion, such as the spaces between the columns of the interior colonnade being filled in, are visible today. Altogether though, the Temple of Concord is the best specimen of an Ancient Greek Doric temple.