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Temple of Athena Nike, Athens

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When touring the Acropolis, be sure to pay special attention to Temple of Athena Nike, the first Ionic temple in Athens' collection of architecture dedicated to their Pantheon. The walls and columns of the temple still stand in all their glory. Athenians once worshipped Nike, the goddess of victory, inside the colonnaded structure. Many of the statues and friezes that once graced the outside of the building can be found in the Acropolis Museum (moved to protect them from the elements). Access to this attraction is included in your ticket for the Acropolis. Use our Athens holiday planner to add Temple of Athena Nike and other attractions to your Athens vacation plans.
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  • One of the iconic sites on the acropolis. The ladies make every picture taken. Walk around to get a full appreciation of the temple. 
    One of the iconic sites on the acropolis. The ladies make every picture taken. Walk around to get a full appreciation of the temple.  more »
  • When on the Acropolis Site you see many of the wonderful Athens Historical Constructions and the Temple of Athena Nike is certainly one of them. How they managed to place the statues in situ and the.....  more
    When on the Acropolis Site you see many of the wonderful Athens Historical Constructions and the Temple of Athena Nike is certainly one of them. How they managed to place the statues in situ and the.....  more »
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  • A must see in Athens. I recommend buying tickets in advance as you can get a fantastic deal for €30 to see all the most important monuments. We visited during the last week of April so there was no cues or waiting time to enter however, I can imagine this being a case if you're visiting over the summer holidays as we still encountered a lot of tourists. 100% recommend to seeing this place with your own eyes - it is impressive and humbling to see places built by such an iconic, ancient civilization.
  • It's one of the earliest temples greeting you on the way to the Parthenon. Please give it more love! I wish we can enter and have a look tho...

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