The temple of Apollo at Kroton is nicknamed Kolona, meaning column, because there is just one column remaining today from its ancient construction, although when Edward Dodwell traveled through Greece in the early eighteen hundreds, there were still two columns standing. The other column has since disapeared. The temple dates from the 6th century BC, even earlier than the Parthenon in Athens. Constructed in the Doric architectural style, it is thought to have 11 columns on the sides and 6 columns on the ends.
DODWELL, Edward. A classical and topographical tour through Greece, during the years 1801, 1805, and 1806, vol. Ι, London, Rodwell and Martin, 1819.