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The Erechtheion or Erechtheum (; Ancient Greek: Ἐρέχθειον, Greek: Ερέχθειο) is an ancient Greek temple on the north side of the Acropolis of Athens in Greece which was dedicated to both Athena and Poseidon.
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Absolutely spectacular, like the sirens of ancient myth you'll find yourself spellbound and unable to resist the powerful call of this truly amazing archaeological wonder.... Enjoy my friends...history awaits you :)
On my opinion- the most beautiful building on the Acropolis! Really magical!
One of the most beautiful temples on the Acropolis.Dont forget to check out the mythical olive tree on the other side of the temple.
One of my favourite Greek temples with the outstanding Porch of the Caryatids - although these are copies of the original ones (one can be seen at the British museum, and the other five at the acropolis museum) due to its choppy history. The temple was built at different heights and tried to preserve several shrines, but it is widely believed to be dedicated to Athena.
Beautiful ancient temple at the top of the hill of Acropolis of Athens. Good photo opportunities, panoramic view of Athens city.
Interesting and beautiful. One of the many important places on the Acropolis
Less well known than the Parthenon, it’s unique structure and the fact that was simultaneously a cult place for several Greek gods and burial place of a king, makes this temple a very special one. It has interesting “signs” of Athena Polias and Poseidon. Try to find them. Tips: one is a vegetable one and a other crosses the ceiling. It’s most well known feature though is the Porch of the Karyatids, all six here are reproductions. You can see five of the magnificent female draped figures in the New Acropolis Museum. The sixth one is in the British Museum.
A relatively well preserved temple in the Ionic-style Acropolis. Here, the most interesting are Tsararyatids - columns shaped like a female statue. Keep in mind that the real ones are in the Acropolis Museum, and those in the temple are just spears.
Just stunning when you something that is older than 200 years. Simply amazing
Temple of Erected at Temple of the Acropolis is a representative of the Acropolis, this ancient Greek architecture more than 2000 years of history without the magnificent Padman temple, but the temple of the caryatids, lifelike statue of the woman Carved into the pillars, it is impressive when the Greeks have such superb artistic attainments and engraving techniques. After seeing the Padre temple, it is common for one to first notice the Padman temple before seeing the other buildings next to it. The temple's pillars are quite special and are the six girls with baskets styling, quite special and worth seeing (of course you can see them in the museum of course) The temple is part of the Acropolis complex . Here are the characteristic porches of the Caryatids, which seem to be the most well-preserved or well-restored part of the ruins. Although the Parthenon may be the most famous and largest attraction in Athens, I think the Temple of Erected at God is even more in line with my appetite. If you come, be sure to walk around it and take a look around. Here is a true testimony of the Greek civilization of art, architecture and civilization. This temple is located in the corner of the Acropolis, unlike other square temples, the temple is a girl's pillars, not as much as other body mass, but it seems a lot of soft, carved lifelike, admire Endless.