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The second largest temple on the Acropolis has a complex and unique structure, including its famous Porch of the Caraytis with statues of six graceful maidens on the south side and a four-pillared porch with six Ionic columns on the north side.
2nd only to the Parthenon this is a great highlight of the acropolis. The slender ionic architecture, the Caryatids and the beautiful conferring under the porch to the Poseidon temple make this a must see.
What an amazing site, the details on the rock are so real, this is one of my favorite site in Athens just in front of the Acropolis, just a moment in heaven when you’re in the middle of this historic sites !!
The beauty of this temple goes without saying but it is unfortunate that getting close enough to really appreciate the structure was not possible due to the fencing placed around the building. Taking a picture of the place may be a challenge unless you have...More
The Erechtheion temple is located atop the Acropolis hill and is the second largest temple. It is a beautiful temple which has been very well preserved. This temple free of charge as it is part of the Acropolis ticket and allows you walk around the...More
The Erechtheion temple is on the Acropolis hill, very close to the Parthenon. It's also undoubtedly the most beautiful temple on the Acropolis and in Greece, for that matter. The 6 intricately carved statues of Goddess Athena as pillars are simply beautiful.