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History Timeline Maps Architecture Art Museums Archaeology Photographs History of the Acropolis Geography The Acropolis rock is part of a Late Cretaceous limestone ridge (Higgins) that cuts through the Attica plateau in the northeast to the southwest axis and includes the Likavitos hill, the Philopappos (Museum) hill,
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HISTORY DESCRIPTION SITE MONUMENTS INFORMATION PHOTOGALLERY     Southwest view of Acropolis rock with the south slope The greatest and finest sanctuary of ancient Athens, dedicated primarily to its patron, the goddess Athena, dominates the centre of the modern city from the rocky crag known as the Acropolis.
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The Acropolis of Athens ( ) is an ancient citadel located on an extremely rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon . The word acropolis comes from the Greek words (akron, highest poi
Acropolis of Athens, Attiki (Hellas - GR)Cultural and natural heritage, museums, communities, ethics. Think Acropolis and the reunification of its sculptures in Athens! World Heritage Destination World Heritage A vision in trust April 18: World Heritage Day News & Events Featured News & Events Cultural Herit
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