Acropolis of Athens
Acropolis is a rocky plateau high central Athens. The term "Acropolis comes from the adjective ( 'high, high") and name (polis "city or town"), meaning "upper city." A Greek temple Old is located in the Greek capital of Athens on a hilltop, it is the most famous ancient Greek temples and the word Acropolis Acropolis ancient Greek word that means high city, accustomed ancient Greeks to build the Acropolis every important city, and it was the Acropolis in Athens has the greatest respect among all temples in ancient Greek cities, and in the case of external invasion, the Greeks are taking the Acropolis fortified base to resist the invading forces until the end. Add the site in 1987 to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Acropolis of Athens is one of the most important and famous Acropolis established by the Greeks of all the ancient Greek city, located in the Attica region, it rises to 152 meters above sea level, which is a rocky mountain with dimensions estimated at 270 * 150, was inhabited by humans since ancient times and discovered monuments that date back to the year 3000 BC, which is about the homes and the Palace of the ruler at the time. One of the men of the Greek state, which Pericles Perikles establishment of the Acropolis in Athens and the important work carried out is the construction of four main buildings, a temple Albartnon, Gateway Brobbeleon, the Temple of Athena, Temple Orakhtheon.
- Albartnon Temple: It is the greatest and largest temple established by the Greeks of all the temples on the Acropolis, the Parthenon and the Greek word meaning old Athens girl warrior.
- Brobbeleon gate: the main entrance of the Acropolis, located in the west of the hill.
- Athens Temple: a smaller temple at the Acropolis.
- Erechtheion Temple: a temple built in the last Acropolis and one of the most temples art and decoration and met with great interest in the ancient Greek era.