Temple of Zeus Lepsinos
2nd century CE
was built on the site of an earlier Carian temple during the reign of the emperor Hadrian. It is one of the best preserved classical temples in Turkey: sixteen columns remain standing and most of the columns are inscribed in honour of the citizen who commissioned their construction.
I find these structures fascinating! There are still 16 columns standing almost 2000 years later….and we can’t even get a roof to last on a house for 25 years!