Acropolis, Athens, Greece

The grand and imposing façade of the Parthenon has been impressing and intimidating visitors for millennia, but the other temples on the Acropolis have been getting short shrift for just as long.  This ruined colonnade stood behind the Old Temple of Athena, whose enclosed portico was supported by statues of the goddess. I spent more time admiring these buildings than I did the Parthenon itself.

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