Not as big as the other temples but being complete does give a great impression of what a full temple looks and feels like, I personally enjoyed this more than the larger but virtually fully ruined temple of Zeus
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Finding the entrance to the Ancient Agora is a challenge, but well worth the effort. The Temple of Hephaestus is great to see. Amazed that it was not destroyed.
This is one of the most accessible historic ruins right in the shadow of the Acropolis. One of my favourite walks in Athens is from Thissio Metro Station around the base of the Acropolis through Monasteraki and on up to Plaka. There are many entry...More
Here you enjoy history in every pillar and stone. Walk back in time and enjoy the feel of old forgotten worlds.
An interesting and atmospheric site to walk around on a lovely sunny late afternoon with views towards the Acropolis.
The entire area is well worth the effort to visit. Try to include your visit on the same day that you visit the Acropolis and you won't have to pay a separate admission fee.
Wow. How amazing to walk in the foot steps of the ancient people who made this their home. Pictures do not do this site justice. You have to see it for yourselves. amazing carvings and stonework.
This Temple in the Ancient Agora is at the foot of Mount Olympus and The Parthenon. It comes as part of the ticket to tour The Ancient Agora - well worth the price of the ticket. It was one of my favorite mornings / afternoons...More