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Acropolis, Athens
Acropolis, Athens
Acropolis, Athens


Tangible HeritageWhat: Temple
Where: Greece, Athens
When: Ancient Greece

In ancient times the acropolis was the public centre of Hellenic cities. It was usually built on a higher and fortified site. The most remarkable is the Acropolis of Athens, illustrating the civilizations, myths and religions that flourished in Greece over a period of more than 1,000 years. It is the site of four of the greatest masterpieces of classical Greek art – the Parthenon (a temple of Athena Parthenos), the Propylaea (a marble staircase with colonnades), the Erechtheum (the tomb of Erechtheus and a temple of Poseidon) and the Temple of Athena Nike

Read more about the treasure at the Unesco World Heritage List.


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