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What is Temple of Olympian Zeus
: Ναός του Ολυμπίου Διός or Naos tou Olimpiou Dios) is a temple in Athens. Although begun in the 6th century BC, it was not completed until the reign of the Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century AD. In the Hellenistic and Roman periods it was the largest temple in Greece. (...)
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"The cost of entrance to the Acropolis is 12 euros and is good for the other sites in the area including the Ancient Agora, Theatre of Dionysos, Kerameikos, Roman Agora, Tower of the Winds and the Temple of Olympian Zeus."
"Memorable Meals ?The spectacular view of the Acropolis and the creative cuisine at Orizontes Lykavittou ; the mind-boggling variety of traditional Greek dishes served at Ta Kioupia; bustling brunch in Psiri ; rooftop dining in Thissio ; the revival of ancient Greek cuisine at Arheon Gevseis ; award-winning seafood specialties at Varoulko."
"It is southeast from the Acropolis."
"If you find the Acropolis too crowded, you can usually get a peaceful view of its monuments from one of three nearby hills (all signposted from the Acropolis): the Hill of the Pnyx ,where the Athenian Assembly met; Hill of the Areopagus ,where the Athenian Upper House met; and Hill of Filopappos (also known as the Hill of the Muses), named after the 2nd-century-A.D. philhellene Filopappos, whose funeral monument tops the hill."
"Kapodistrian University of Athens · National Archaeological Museum · National Gardens · National Library of Greece · National Theatre · New Acropolis Museum · Odeon of Herodes Atticus."
"Although Hadrian was a philhellene, he didn't hesitate to use his arch to let the Athenians know who was boss: An inscription facing the Acropolis side reads THIS IS ATHENS, THE ANCIENT CITY OF THESEUS."
"Acropolis -Parthenon - The Parthenon at Acropolis is a temple of Athena the Virgin (Athena Parthenos), built between 447 and 338 ... More."
"You can buy the ticket at any of the sites, which include the Acropolis, ancient Agora, Roman Agora, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Kerameikos, and Theater of Dionyssos."
"If you're planning a quick day in Athens before heading off elsewhere on the mainland or to an island, concentrate on the city's don't-miss classical sights, from the Acropolis to the National Archaeological Museum."
"Mythologically, Lycabettus is credited to Athena ,who created it when she dropped a mountain she had been carrying from Pallene for the construction of the Acropolis after the box holding Erichthonius was opened."
"Theater of Dionyssos It was on this spot in the 6th century BC that the Dionyssia Arts / Performance Venues, Archaeological Sites Acropolis Thission Have a snack in a turn-of-the-20th-century."
"Plaka XX_PARAGRAPHBREAK_XX The historic neighbourhood under the Acropolis retains its charm despite being overrun by tourists."
"The ‘Unification of Archaeological Sites' now links the city's ancient sites by a 4km (2.5-mile) traffic-free promenade: Dionissiou Areopagitou leads from the Acropolis metro station along the south side of the Acropolis to join Apostolou Pavlou which leads to Thissio metro station."
"Keep in mind that an Acropolis pass is good for admission to a staggering range of sites throughout Athens, including the Roman Agora, the Ancient Agora, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Keramikos, and Dionysos Theatre."
"The Olympieion is still overshadowed by the Acropolis, although the quality of its construction is deserving of more attention."
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Mimmi from Greece wrote about Acropolis of Athens 4 years, 5 months ago
Acropolis Hill is a really HOT place in a summertime (july-august), so I recommend you to take a light umbrella with you. It helps a lot under the burning sun. And take enough time for exploring around this sight. It´s a pretty large area with Agora, museums etc..
juha from Finland wrote about Acropolis of Athens 5 years, 10 months ago
Acropolis is everything you think it would be. The only two things that you don't read about is that it takes ages to get up there (and boy are you sweating after the climb) and that there are so many people moving around is a pain. Otherwise great!
jussi from Finland wrote about Acropolis of Athens 4 years, 9 months ago
It's a tough climb up to the Acropolis on a hot summer day. But walking by following the footsteps of Sokrates and Platon and so many more is the best way to get up to Acropolis and see the world famous temples and the view over Athens.
Nice, green town near Pentelis mountain. You can go there by train (green line) from centre of Athens. E.g from Monastiraki to Kifissia: about 30min. Chanel, Louis Vuitton etc...lots of fashion shops.
Mythos: a cheap and good restaurant. I also recommend restaurant named Block House :ob
jussi from Finland wrote about National Archaeological Museum of Athens 4 years, 9 months ago
A great place to research greek history. There's just so much of everything that the next time I want to be better prepared, and select the few displays I'm the most interested in and go directly to see them. Running through all the halls during a few hours time was so tiring that we had to go to the beach for whole next day. ;-)
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