1. The Temple of Zeus
The Temple of Zeus at Olympia was a Greek temple dedicated to the god Zeus. It was located in the city of Olympia, Greece, and was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The temple was built around 470 BC. AD and was destroyed by an earthquake in 176 BC. J.-C.
2. The Parthenon
The Parthenon is a Greek temple located on the hill of the Acropolis, in Athens. It was built in the 5th century BC to house the statue of the goddess Athena. The temple is Doric in style, with white marble columns. The Parthenon is an example of classical Greek architecture and is considered one of the finest buildings of antiquity.
3. The Acropolis
The Acropolis is an archaeological site located in Athens, Greece. It is made up of several buildings, including the Temple of the Erechtheion, the Temple of the Athenaeum Parthenos, the Temple of Poseidon and the Theater of Dionysos. The Acropolis was considered the holiest place in Athens and was surrounded by fortification walls.
4. Temple of Apollo Pronea
The Temple of Apollo Pronea is a Greek temple located in the city of Argos, Greece. It was built in the 5th century BC. AD and is dedicated to the Greek god Apollo. The temple is built in white marble and is adorned with many sculptures. It is considered one of the most beautiful Greek temples and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
5. The Panathenaic Stadium
The Panathenaic Stadium was an ancient Greek stadium located in Athens. It was the location of the famous Panathenean chariot race, a two-day race that was one of the most important events of the Panathenean festival. The stadium was also used for other sports, such as discus and javelin throwing, and for the festival’s wrestling and boxing events.