We went for a walk to the Asclepo sanctuary, a Corinthian temple about 4 km from Kos. Built on three levels on a hill, it is dedicated to Asclepius, the god of medicine. Healings were performed here, thanks to the hot springs and healing waters. On the first level is the altar, dedicated to the sun and other gods. You can still see the remains of columns of other temples. A fascinating place.
"The Odeum Romanum" ancient amphitheatre is located in the city of Kos. It is supposed to date back to the first century AD, and it was used as a place for music competitions and senate sessions. There are fourteen rows of benches made entirely of marble; nine of them have undergone renovations, while the others remained well preserved. A very interesting place to visit!