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The temple or columns of Olympian Zeus is a ruined temple in the centre of Athens which was dedicated to Zeus, King of Olympian gods.
The temple is situated close to the Syngtama square. Over the following centuries, the temple was unearthed to provide building materials for the houses and churches of medieval Athens. Fifteen columns remain standing today and sixteenth column lies on the ground which were destroyed in 1852. Nothing remains of the cellar or the great statue that it once housed.
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