The Acropolis (Akropolis) means "city on a hill" and dates from the 5th century BC. Dominated by its main temple, the Parthenon, the Acropolis can be seen from all around the city of Athens. In 510 BC, the Delphic Oracle told Pericles that ... 

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Yen Mie H

July 2013

 sight-seeing , Yen Mie H - July 2013

Athens

sight-seeing

Anonymous

August 2012

Acropolis - August 2012

Acropolis

Acropolis

Blanca United Kingdom

July 2012

Acropolis Walking Tour, Blanca - July 2012

Acropolis Walking Tour

Acropolis Walking Tour

Alice K USA

February 2012

 The Parthenon in all its glory!! , Alice K - February 2012

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The Parthenon in all its glory!!

Anonymous

May 2011

Acropolis Over Athens - May 2011

Athens

Acropolis Over Athens

tsong

January 2011

 Acropolis Night View submitted via our Europe Photo Contest by tsong , tsong - January 2011

Acropolis Night View

Acropolis Night View submitted via our Europe Photo Contest by tsong

Benjamin D USA

March 2010

The Parthenon, Benjamin D - March 2010

Athens 5

The Parthenon

Olivia Z

August 2009

The temple is known as the Olympieion and was dedicated to Zeus, king of the Olympian gods., Olivia Z - August 2009

Temple of Zeus

The temple is known as the Olympieion and was dedicated to Zeus, king of the Olympian gods.

Olivia Z

August 2009

Changing of the guard in front of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Athens, Olivia Z - August 2009

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Athens

Changing of the guard in front of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Athens

Shelley L

August 2015

 First stop on tour , Shelley L - August 2015

Temple of Zeus

First stop on tour

Kathleen S

November 2014

 Porch of the Caryatids , Kathleen S - November 2014

Acropolis

Porch of the Caryatids

Billie Rae R

September 2014

 An incredible marvel of science, architecture and ancient times! The ongoing restoration has proved to be a challenge as there are little to no right angles in the entire structure, subtle curves ... , Billie Rae R - September 2014

Restoration of the Parthenon

An incredible marvel of science, architecture and ancient times! The ongoing restoration has proved to be a challenge as there are little to no right angles in the entire structure, subtle curves are everywhere and the workmanship can simply not be duplicated. Amazing history!

Anonymous

July 2014

Jump! - July 2014

Acropolis

Jump!

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