At the foot of the mountain, the followers and tourists are like weaving, watching the three thousand years of ruined walls. Those marbles that have been touched into jade by people have witnessed the rise and fall of this place. I lament the wisdom of the ancients; I lament the origin of civilization
The Temple of Athena is at the foot of the Acropolis Mountain. Tickets are also collected here. Of course, you can buy a full day pass for 30 euros. Many of the sites here are relics two to three thousand years ago, and have been baptized over thousands of years. Many marbles have been jade.
When I walked in, I saw the legendary Temple of Athena. I saw the photos in the book when I was young. At that time, the temple was being repaired. Nearly 20 years later, not only was it still being repaired, but it was far from finished. Standing here overlooking the city, there are no tall buildings at all, and the vision is extremely broad. The sun shines through the clouds and spreads on the roof, wherever it shines, it is white and dazzling, extremely dazzling.
The Parthenon (also known as the Temple of Athena) is the main building of the Acropolis, which can be seen anywhere in Athens. It was built in 447 BC, and was completed in 438 BC. The statue of Athena. The mountain flower sculpture was completed in 431 BC. The main designer was Ikdenu, and Carrickrit also participated in the design. The sculpture was created by Phidias and his disciples, that is, the rectangular column surrounded by columns. Gallery style.
It is completely a copy of the Greek Temple of Athena! It's just that it is now a mutilated relic. It was built on the Acropolis Hill, where you can overlook the entire city, majestic, huge Roman columns, wide arches, and high stone foundations, fully demonstrating the grandeur of the time! The goddess Athena is a symbol of victory, so being built on the top of the city shows people's desire for victory. Turkey is separated from Greece by the sea, and was once the territory of Greece in ancient times, so many traces of ancient Greece remain.