My Photos: Greece -- Athens --The Acropolis

A Parthenon column drum on its edge

Ionic capital from Erectheion

More Ionic capitals from the Erectheion

Roman column remnants from between 100 and 500 AD

Marble slabs waiting to be used in reconstruction, with 
Temple of Athena Nike, circa 400 BC, in background. 

Looking down on Theater of Dionysus, circa 350 BC.  
Destroyed by Sulla, 86 BC.  Rebuilt by Nero, 61 AD.  

The Odeion of Herodes Atticus, circa 161 BC.  Still
 used for music and theater performances today. 

Temple of Asklepios, circa 400 BC.  Asklepios 
was the son of Apollo, and the god of healing.  

New Acropolis Museum viewed from the Acropolis. 

Lycabettos Hill seen from the Acropolis.

Chapel of St. George on Lycabettos Hill

Temple of Hephaestus, circa 449 BC

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