Temple of Poseidon, Sounion, Greece
Temple of Poseidon (444-440 BCE), Sounion, Greece.
The Philippeion of Olympia
The Philippeion was erected by Philip II, King of Macedonia after the victory of Chaeroneia in 338 BCE. Originally there were 18 Ionic columns and inside were gold and ivory statues of Philip's family.
Temple of Apollo, Corinth
The remains of the archaic temple of Apollo, Corinth (550-530 BCE). Originally, there were 6x15 Doric monolithic columns.
Ancient Stadium, Nemea, Greece
The Panhellenic Games of Nemea were held every two years from 573 BCE to 271 BCE with a brief transferal to Argos between ca. 415BC and ca 330 BCE. Originally, they commemorated the death of Opheltes. The stadium visible today dates from...
Stadium of Epidaurus
The stadium (181 m long), built in the 4th century BCE, held athletic games every four years at the sanctuary of Asklepios, Epidaurus. Still visible are the starting pillars and a number of the stone benches for spectators.
A view from Filoppappos Hill of the Parthenon in Athens (447-432 BCE) built to house the giant statue of the goddess Athena, patron of the city.
Theatre Parodoi, Epidaurus
A view of the parodoi - the monumental gate entrances common to Classical theatres through which the audience entered the theatre.
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, Reconstructed
A modern reconstruction of the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus. The temple took 120 years to build and was finally completed in 550 BCE. It was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, but was burned to the ground by a man named Herostratus...
Reconstruction of the Parthenon
A digital reconstruction of the Parthenon, a temple to Athena in Athens built 447-432 BCE. This reconstruction depicts the temple as it may have looked when it was created. Made by NeoMam Studios and THISISRENDER in collaboration with Expedia...
Theatre of Epidaurus Panorama
Theatre of Epidaurus, Greece.