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Temple of Athena Nike

| Acropolis, Athens 10558, Greece
+30 21 0321 0219
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The earliest Ionic building on the Acropolis, this small temple of the goddess of victory depicts assemblies of the gods and Greek battles against the Barbarians and the Boeotians.
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| Acropolis, Athens 10558, Greece
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Reviewed 2 days ago

On right hand side of Acropolis site 's main entrance next to marble steps. Cannot be seen closely so cannot see how much can be commented upon. It is evident that it has been restored and most probably provides a good view.

Thank Tony M
Reviewed 2 days ago

A small temple that is part of the parthenon complex of buildings. Well worth visiting. Superb setting.

Thank traveller1926
Reviewed 3 days ago

The temple is small but well preserved. It makes sense inserted in the comple of the whole akropolis.

Thank Oneofthesedays87
Reviewed 5 days ago

After waiting in line in the August heat to buy our tickets and our ensuing haste to get to the main attraction (the Parthenon), we almost missed this Temple. Take your time once you get to the Acropolis to enjoy all the sites and sights!

Thank County-Hunter
Reviewed 1 week ago

Ancient ruins at the best. Dedicated to the Athena born from the head of Zeus, fully armored with a spear and shield, ready to fight. Located on the top of Acropolis this is probably the first site you'll see when climbing up.

Thank MuhammadDudha
Reviewed 1 week ago

Like all the things in the Acropolis complex, this is great. Just think at the history behind it and it's enough...

Thank stefanprisacariu
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

With so much to look at from the Acropolis, it's easy to miss this superb temple in the shadow of the Parthenon. Make sure you visit the nearby Acropolis Museum to see the frieze from this temple called "Nike adjusting her sandal."

Thank TorontoJK
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This temple is part of the Acropolis complex. We were told by the guide that the statue of Athena was made of wood, massive tbough. The marble in tbis temple is a very special kind of stone and this temple has been rebuilt from the...More

Thank Raghuraman C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of three temples on the Athens Acropolis dedicated to Athena. It may be smaller, but is no less impressive.

Thank Bucketfoot
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just beautiful...so worth the climb. You can just gaze at this beauty for hours. This is just one of the wonders on the Acropolis. If in Athens, be sure to put this on your list of "to do". The white marble and the blue Athenian...More

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