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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well worth visiting this site. So much history over so many ages. Temple of Athena up to a castle with a thousand years in between.

Thank ChrisPenno
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

It was built in bc 400. That makes places very special. Still you walk on ancient road. View is amazing. Aristo lived in town. Recommend.............

Thank Oknp
Reviewed 31 August 2018

İf You think that You can find the classic culture only in Europe You are wrong and You are just forgetting the ancient History. İn Turkey You will find one of the most amazing location of the Greek Culture and of the Mediterranean people integration....More

Thank RobertoVito
Reviewed 1 August 2018

There is an uphill walk to the Temple through the village. You will see the library of Aristotle as you head up to the Temple of Athena. The view is spectacular and well worth the effort

Thank Heather F
Reviewed 22 July 2018 via mobile

You have to walk up a few minutes to the Temple. There is a small charge ($2) to get in (ages 18 and under are free). They are still unearthing parts of the site. It is on a hill with spectacular views of the plantations,...More

Thank Kemal O
Reviewed 18 July 2018

The Temple of Athena is located in Behramkale. Behramkale is a village located above the Bay of Assos. In terms of Ancient Assos, the bay area and the upper city are the different parts of Assos. At the top of Behramkale, the Athena Temple, Castle,...More

Thank Ebru A
Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

Wonderful view .Behramkale is very otantic and you will go up and you will see athena and entrance only 10 lira or you can use museum card and you will see wonderful view ..

Thank fatlah
Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

The temple of Athena located on the mountain top of Assos stil remarkable. The ancient city remins to be unearthed. The columns of the temple are in doring style. Dating back 100 BC.

Thank Seymen S
Reviewed 16 November 2017 via mobile

Built in 420BC and named after Greek goddess Athena Nike. Such a old building now only left its sandstone pillars. When you visit Acropolis the Temple of Athena is built on south west corner of the site.

Thank Rambo380
Reviewed 2 October 2017

Getting to the Temple of Athena is a steep uphill climb on brick streets, totally worth the effort. The view of the sea from the hill is amazing - where else would you put a temple but the most beautiful spot you can find? The...More

Thank Jennifer C
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