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Temple of Zeus was a remarkable building at its time. Huge columns are still remembering you how huge its size could have been. It is fenced so quite hard to access in a park but you can take good pictures from Hadrian's Arch.
In winter it was 3 euro for students so we decided to go inside. It is colossal and stunning to see. There are other things to see in the park but very fee signs identifying what we were seeing. Worth paying the 3 euro to...More
It may seemed like it was not much when you get in. Of course you had to pay an entrance fee in order to get up close to the temple. But. What a beautiful site! Appreciate whoever is keeping this amazing structure up til date....More
The Temple of Zeus is in the heart of Athens. There are only 17 columns standing is a green space near Hadrian's Arch. There isn't much more to see except that the columns are high and hard to figure how they got them to fit...More
This temple was completed by The Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century AD almost 650 years after construction started. At that time it was the largest temple in Greece and had 104 columns. Now there are 16 columns remaining, 15 standing and one lying....More
What an impressive structure to visit on your trip to Athens. Yes, you can see much of it from outside the gate, but a walk next to the imposing columns and some time spent on the benches observing in reverence really makes the mythology of...More
We visited this temple as it was on our archaeological pass. I loved it. No words can say how grand the temple actually is when you are on the site and the children were in awe of it. A holiday highlight and something I will...More