The God Apollo from Greek Mythology is often referred to as the God of many things. Here's some information about him, and where you can find ancient Greek temples dedicated in his honour in Greece.
The Greek God Apollo
Apollo was the son of Zeus and the Titan Leto, and was thought to have been born on the Greek island of Delos. His siblings were Artemis (his elder twin sister and goddess of the hunt) and Hermes – his half-brother. Apollo was born as a typical Olympian god, having all the superhuman attributes – functional immortality, vitality, and physical properties. He was immune to injury and could not be plagued with earthy diseases. Even when he sustains an injury, it healed at a supernatural speed. In fact, Apollo’s strength was notable among average Olympian Gods. He could lift as large as 40 tons weight. He fathered many children including Asclepius and Aristaeus. Fondly dubbed God of many things, Apollo was the God of the sun, prophecy, poetry, archery, healing, arts and music. He is most commonly depicted as a handsome youth, beardless, and sometimes with a golden lyre in hand.