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Temple of Hephaestus - Acropolis, Greece

was here years ago. greece is magnificent, heaven on earth-I'm so proud I'm greek :)

Ancient Greece, Sparta, Troy Ruins of Temple of Athena on the Acropolis

Ancient Greece, Sparta, Troy Ruins of Temple of Athena on the Acropolis…

The Doric Temple of Aphaia (500BC), Aegina island, Greece

The Doric Temple of Aphaia, Aegina Island, Greece. Aphaia is said to be the Greek goddess for hunting and protected shipping. She was worshiped almost exclusively at a single sanctuary on the island of Aegina.

: Parthenon Athenas, Greece

sun bursting dramatically through the clouds over the Parthenon, Athens, Greece. I haven't been here, but love antiquities and history. Greece should probably be on my bucket list, but the instability of the government and currency are worrisome.

Acropolis, Athens, Greece

Acropolis, Athens, Greece One of the most breathtaking architectural feats I've ever seen.

Ruins of Theatre of Dionysus, Acropolis, #Greece -- ancient grandeur! Learn more about Greece's ancient grandeur at

Ruins of Theatre of Dionysus, Acropolis, Greece -- ancient grandeur! Learn more about Greece's grandeur-of-the-parthenon-and-Erechtheum

The Parthenon with the Herodes Atticus theater in Acropolis, Athens  ☺

Acropolis Of Athens, Greece - This is one of the most known attractions in all of Europe. Whether you are just in the city, or on an excursion from a cruise, this is a perfect picture opportunity. Always wanted to visit the Parthenon!

The Parthenon, Athens

porch of the caryatids, parthenon, athens, greece. These are modern copies and the originals are in the Parthenon museum. On the Temple of Erechtheion.

Me encanta la mitología griega y sin duda alguna me gustaría conocer la Acrópolis de Atenas, Grecia.

The most celebrated example is the Caryatid Porch - of the Erechtheum w six figures - 415 bc) on the Acopolis in Athens, Greece

Scotland-The Ruins of Old Nor. Nor was once a successful and large city. No one knows what happened to cause its citizens to abandon it. Centuries later, a small village was built farther south and named after the mysterious city.

The Caryatids of the Erechtheion on the Acropolis of Athens. The Greek term karyatides literally means "maidens of Karyai", an ancient town of Peloponnese. Karyai had a famous temple dedicated to the goddess Artemis in her aspect of Artemis Karyatis: "As Karyatis she rejoiced in the dances of the nut-tree village of Karyai, those Karyatides, who in their ecstatic round-dance carried on their heads baskets of live reeds, as if they were dancing plants"  (Kerenyi 1980 p 149),

Acropolis of Athens, Athens, Greece — by Jackie Hoyt