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Jorge J. Perez Aug 19
How the Designed the to Impress—And Last
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Matt Portnoy 36m
When the Greeks said Live Long and Prosper, they meant lloonngg.
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Niamh Eleanor 14h
An indescribably amazing few days in already and to be lectured within the interior of the by one of their civil engineers from the Restoration Project is every classicist's dream come true 🇬🇷
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Centennial Park Conservancy 11h
Did you know you can book private events at the ? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The Parthenon is available for private reservations after public museum hours. A private reservation includes exclusive access to the art galleries and more. ✨Learn more from the link in our bio.
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SpartiatisΣπαρτιατης Aug 20
The . One of the world's greatest monuments, an iconic sight, symbol of and . Constructed 447-438 BC, dedicated to goddess Athena in celebration of Greek victory over invading Persians. Architects were Iktinos and Kallikrates.
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Ourania 3h
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Marjory McGinn Aug 20
How a recent trip to the convinced me it's illogical for UK to hang on to the Sculptures or as we know them. What do you think?
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Live Optics Aug 19
One of our team at the in Athens wearing a T-shirt! !
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🦋 Elly Symons 🦋 Aug 21
The united voice of reason will eventually prevail and the peerless Phidean Sculptures of the Parthenon will be reunited in The Acropolis museum in Athens
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Marcos B. Rios Jr. Aug 19
Opa!! Ya boi in Greece now!! @ Athens, Greece
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Gregory Stringer Aug 21
Two heads from the in National Museum in Copenhagen, which were purchased by a Danish soldier fighting with Venetians at the time of bombardment in 1687. They have been identified as going with a metope removed by Elgin and currently in British Museum
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George Vardas 23h
As recently as 2015 visitors at were invited to vote if they supported the return of the Sculptures. The feature prominently and for good reason as their sister is missing.
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The Spanish Group 15h
Athens is a great destination if you love history & architecture. The is a must-see! You may visit the site in the morning, explore the charming neighborhood of Pláka during the day, & have amazing food in the evening! 🇬🇷 Who's in?!
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Elginism Aug 15
Athens in 1879 looking almost completely devoid of modern buildings. The acropolis somehow doesn't look so steep when it is not surrounded by houses.
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Radisson Blu Park Aug 21
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Patricia Schepman Aug 16
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Fr Nicholas Gregoris Aug 17
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Classical Scroll Aug 21
This masterpiece was painted in 1868 by the Victorian Lawrence -Tadema It depicts proudly showing the reliefs in the he has just finished to the elite of
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Chadsworth Columns Aug 20
The ground plan of the , from An Investigation of The Principles of Athenian Architecture by Francis Cramer Penrose
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Classical Scroll Aug 14
A view of the ⁠ It is hard to believe that the Acropolis was so built up at that time. ⁠We can also see the Erechtheion on the left with its Caryatids. ⁠ ⁠ From 'Views in ' by E Dodwell, 1821
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