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Athens 10558, Greece
+30 21 0321 0219
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Private Tour: Half day Athens Sightseeing and Acropolis Museum
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The second largest temple on the Acropolis has a complex and unique structure, including its famous Porch of the Caraytis with statues of six graceful maidens on the south side and a four-pillared porch with six Ionic columns on the north side.
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Athens 10558, Greece
+30 21 0321 0219
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I can't compare one attraction to the next. Athens will over whelm you with history. You become lost in the past, while you are surrounded by the present. I found the city alive with the beauty of what was, Athens is a city that will...More

1  Thank Ruth B
Reviewed 3 days ago

A beautiful example of classical architecture would have been more interesting with more information

Thank _jennyjones55
Reviewed 3 days ago

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.

1  Thank Ogi0
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Right next to the Parthenon, you can't miss it. Another spectacular ruin to add to Athens' armour. Walk stupid the perimeter to have a good look.

1  Thank mobetrotter
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Caryatids (women columns at the Erechtheion are gorgeous and a feat of inspired construction. One leg is peeking out of each of their skirts, but the other leg is actually the column holding up the roof. Their hair is long & thick, also helping...More

1  Thank mamacita97008
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just back from my first trip to Greece- Athens is not much, but the Acropolis is UNFORGETTABLE. It is incredibly moving to see the ruins of one of the most amazing civilizations in history, to realize that it was destroyed over and over by philistines,...More

Thank William R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well preserved Murbles in Acropolis oben.very old and beautifull architecturing monument.they are used as colums.

Thank Erandi A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a fairly large temple near to the Parthenon on the top of the Acropolis. The Porch of the Caraytis is impressive with its maiden pillars. (Though believe these to be copies?)

1  Thank SimplyFred
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is very iconic with the Caryatids and in great shape for being thousands of years old. The statues of the ladies are also support columns for the porch. The statues are reproductions though, the real ones are in the new Acropolis Museum minus one...More

1  Thank Fiora3
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The most amazing part are the statues who also act like columns. Great architecture and it's impressive that they really take care of the ruins and they try to recondition them. A short description is available, but a tour guide would me much better.

1  Thank Alexandra-Iulia D
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