Architecture

Acropolis of Athens, Propylaea, seen from Areopagus Rock

Athens, Attica, Greece

Ακρόπολη Αθηνών (Akrópolē Athēnṓn ) [Greek]
ἡ Ἀκρόπολις τῶν Ἀθηνῶν (hē Akrópolis tō̂n Athēnō̂n) [Ancient Greek]
Προπύλαια (Propylaia) [Greek]
Acropolis of Athens, Propylaea, seen from Areopagus Rock

Architecture

Architecture: Propylaea

built
437 BCE–432 BCE
culture
style/period
architect(s)

Architecture: Acropolis of Athens

built
2nd half of 5th century BCE
culture
style/period
work type by function
material
patronage

Specifications

Specifications: Propylaea

height
21.2 m

Geography

local language location name
location:
Αθήνα (Athína) [Greek]
Ἀθῆναι (Athênai) [Ancient Greek]
country:
Ελλάδα (Elláda) [Greek]
historical affiliations
500 BCE–338 BCE
338 BCE–229 BCE
229 BCE–86 BCE
86 BCE–395
395–1204
1204–1261
1261–1453
1456–1834

UNESCO World Heritage Site

type
cultural
criteria
I, II, III, IV, VI
designation
reference
404

Image characteristics

maximum image resolution
5,372 × 3,483  pixel
45.5 × 29.5 cm (300 dpi)
capture date
image processing
colour corrected
copyrights
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