The Acropolis ("high city") of Athens is an important archaeological site on a flat-topped rock rising 150m asl in central Athens. The Acropolis is surrounded by high walls and contains the ruins of several temples, of which the Parthenon and the Erechteion are the best preserved. While the Acropolis has been settled at least since the second millennium BīC, it received its current layout and structure under the leadership of Pericles between 460-430BC
01 Panoramic view of Acropolis 02 Panoramic view of Acropolis 03 Path to Acropolis
04 Herodes Atticus theatre audience stands 05 Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre 06 Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre 07 Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre 08 Western entrance
09 Western entrance 10 Propylaia gate under restoration 11 Parthenon 12 Parthenon 13 Erechtheion
14 Erechtheion 15 Caryatids of Erechtheion temple 16 Caryatids of Erechtheion temple 17 Statue of lioness savaging bull 18 Western Acropolis
19 Dionysos theatre 20 Parthenon 21 Parthenon 22 Parthenon
23 Parthenon at night 24 Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre at night 25 Panoramic view of Acropolis at night
26 Panoramic view of Acropolis 27 Panoramic view of Acropolis at night 28 Theatre of Dionysus
29 Theatre of Dionysus 30 Temple of Nike 31 Herodes Atticus theatre 32 Olympieion 33 Olympieion 34 Olympieion
35 Olympieion 36 Olympieion 37 Olympieion 38 Acropolis ruins
39 Acropolis ruins 40 Acropolis ruins 41 Acropolis ruins 42 Acropolis ruins 43 Acropolis ruins
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