View of the Acropolis from Museum Hill
Western Portico of the Parthenon
Interior of the Parthenon, Taken from the Western Gate
Western Portico of the Parthenon, From Above, Showing the Frieze in Its Original Position
View Taken from the Same Point as No. 12, and Looking Eastward Over The Ruin of the Parthenon
Interior of the Parthenon, From the Eastern End: At the Left, In the Distance, Is Seen the Island of Aegina
General View of the Summit of the Acropolis, from the Extreme Point, Showing the Erechtheum at The Right.
Eastern Facade of the Erectheum
The Acropolis, with the Theatre Of Bacchus
Portico of the Pandrosium, from the North
Gate of the Pandrosium, Showing Details of the Ornament
Western Flank of the Erectheum
Figure of Victory, from the Temple of Victory; High Relief
Fragment of Frieze from the Parthenon
View of the Acropolis from the North, with the Turkish Town at the Foot of the Hill
The Acropolis, From the Hill above the Ilissus, Looking North-West
View Taken from the Tower of the Cathedral, Looking South-West
The Western Facade of the Propylaea, With the Temple Of Victory and the Ancient Steps
Eastern Facade of the Temple of Victory
The Eastern Facade of the Propylaea
Western Facade of the Parthenon
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