127 Photos - Jun 7, 2012
Photo: Herodes Atticus OdeonPhoto: Herodes Atticus OdeonPhoto: Herodes Atticus OdeonPhoto: Herodes Atticus OdeonPhoto: Herodes Atticus OdeonPhoto: PropylaeaPhoto: Acropolis: Nike TemplePhoto: Monument of AgrippaPhoto: Monument of AgrippaPhoto: Monument of AgrippaPhoto: PropylaeaPhoto: Photo: Photo: ErechtheionPhoto: ErechtheionPhoto: ErechtheionPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: ErechtheionPhoto: ErechtheionPhoto: Photo: ErechtheionPhoto: ErechtheionPhoto: ErechtheionPhoto: ErechtheionPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: ParthenonPhoto: Photo: ParthenonPhoto: Photo: ParthenonPhoto: Parthenon - just below the Pediment is a row of triglyphs, the metopes between them had releif statuesPhoto: Photo: ParthenonPhoto: ParthenonPhoto: ParthenonPhoto: ParthenonPhoto: ParthenonPhoto: Back out throught the PropylaeaPhoto: Propylaea - reconstructionPhoto: Propylaea - reconstructionPhoto: PropylaeaPhoto: Photo: AcropolisPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: View from Acropolis - looking North-EastPhoto: View from Acropolis: Roman and Old AgoraPhoto: View of the Roman Agora from the AcropolisPhoto: View of the Temple of HephaestusPhoto: View from Acropolis: Hadrian's LibraryPhoto: View from Acropolis: Panathenaic StadiumPhoto: View from Acropolis: Temple of ZeusPhoto: View from Acropolis: Temple of ZeusPhoto: View from Acropolis: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Herod Atticus Odeon, from the outsidePhoto: Herod Atticus OdeonPhoto: Photo: Herod Atticus OdeonPhoto: Herodes Atticus OdeonPhoto: Herodes Atticus OdeonPhoto: Herodes Atticus OdeonPhoto: Photo: Photo: Theater of DionysosPhoto: Theater of DionysosPhoto: Theater of DionysosPhoto: Theater of DionysosPhoto: Theater of DionysosPhoto: Theater of DionysosPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: Clear glass without the dots would make us feel unsafePhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: New Acropolis Museum - inside on the 1st floorPhoto: New Acropolis MuseumPhoto: View of Parthenon from the top floor of the museumPhoto: New Acropolis Museum - The restaurant's balconyPhoto: Has to be seen to be believed - schematic reconstruction of the frieze of the Parthenon on arectangular cement core that has exactly the same dimensions as the cella of the ParthenonPhoto: The Frieze is the narrative of the story of the Panathenaic ProcessionPhoto: It is pieced together with a combination of the original blocks of the frieze and cast copiesPhoto: Photo: Photo: The cast copies - in white - are of the pieces in museums abroad, such as the British Museum and the LouvrePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Crest of the western pedimentPhoto: The metal pillars surrounding the central core are the same number as the pillars of the ParthenonPhoto: What's left of the statue-like reliefs on the metopes between the triglyphs of the ParthenonPhoto: Drawing from the !7th centuryPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: North corner of the eastern pedimentPhoto: Balcony section of the restaurantPhoto: The top floor of the Acropolis Museum is angled so that its axis is parallel with the Parthenon'sPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Acropolis: Erechtheion, Parthenon and to the right the hill with Agios Georgios LykavittosPhoto: The top floor of the Acropolis Museum, markings on the roof show the dimensions of the Parthenon