West End of Parthenon.jpg

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Perspectiva sur del Partenón. El Partenón (del griego Παρθενος Parthenos -Virgen-; uno de los adjetivos que servían de sobrenombre a Atenea) es el templo griego de orden dórico, situado en la Acrópolis de Atenas dedicado a Atenea Parthenos. De mármol blanco del monte Pentélico, fue iniciado por Pericles y se desarrolló entre los años 447 y 432 adC. Los arquitectos encargados de la obra fueron Ictino y Calícrates y estuvieron bajo las órdenes del famoso escultor ateniense Fidias.

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Camera location37° 58′ 16.2″ N, 23° 43′ 33.8″ E  Heading=56.25° Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo