The largest ancient Greek temple, unfortunately of 104 columns at the moment, remained only 15. It was built for 650 years.
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Being in Athens and not visiting this place is like being in Paris and not seeing Eiffel Tower. Main difference: the monuments of Athens are even more spectacular than most of even historical places in other places in Europe. It's worth to remember that one...More
The Temple of Olympian Zeus must have been truly monumental when it was completed. Unfortunately time has not been kind to this structure; several columns standing in formation in the centre of a large dusty field, and one fallen column, are all that are left...More
its almost the halp tempe that is left but its still a wonderfull place to visit..amazing view of the acropolis too from downstairs.you can enter this temple with the acropolis tickets..
This place was deserted and quite interesting. We had our guide with us and that was quite helpful as these are ruins.
Go early in the morning if it's a hot day, not much shade. Very dusty surroundings, if your looking to photograph the ruins, best from opposite the entrance will low sun for texture.
These ruins are part of a large set of ruins nearby that can be walked to and visited in a day. Good price for entrance as well as good history to read through considering how long it took to build this. It will take just...More
I am happy that the entrance fee was reduced to 3 euros/pp. I love everything that has to do with Greek mythology and therefore the price of 3 euros was worth it but if I had to pay the full amount I wouldn't say it...More
After visiting all ancient sites and temples in Athens, Temple of Zeus was our last stop on the day. This temple took so long to build (646 years) due to the political turmoils. Today, most of the columns have fallen but sixteen of them are...More