The “Valley” (it’s actually much more of a ridge) is situated in Agrigento and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The Temple of Heracles, Temple of Ascelpius, Temple of Juno Lacinia, and the Temple of Concordia (pictured here) all lie along the ridge. The Temple of Concordia is widely considered one of the best-preserved Greek temples in the world, inspiring the logo for UNESCO. It’s excellent preservation is due in part to the fact that it was used as a Christian temple for decades and thus was taken better care of. The excellent condition of the temple today really set it apart from the other temples that we’ve seen.