Timings : 08:00 - 20:00 in Summers. 08:00 - 17:00 in Winters
Entry Fee : EUR 20
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Acropolis, the most famous landmark of entire Greece, is the eternal symbol of democracy, education and inspiration. It is an ancient fortified town dating back to the bronze age.
Acropolis consists of 21 major archaeological remains. The entrance to the Acropolis, Propylaea itself is a monumet. To the south lies temple of Athena Nike. Parthenon is in the centre of Acropolis, and is the main attraction here. East of the entrance is the temple known as the Erechtheum dedicated to Athena and Poseidon. At the south of the platform there are remains of Theatre of Dionysus. Odeon of Herodes Atticus also lies some distance away in the Acropolis, which is now reconstructed. All the valuable ancient artifacts from the Greek culture lies in the Acropolis Museum, which resides on the southern slope of the same rock.
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