Acropolis 04 The Propylaea by Kevrekidis Star this if you like it!

The Acropolis of Athens, Greece The Propylaea. The monumental gateway of the Acropolis was designed by the architect Mnesikles and constructed in 437-432 B.C. It comprises a central building and two lateral wings. The colonnades along the west and east sides had a row of Doric columns while two rows of Ionic columns divided the central corridor into three parts. Copyright 2007 Jordan Kevrekidis


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