The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient Greek monumental complex, situated on a hill of height about 156 meters, raising in the basin of Athens measuring about 170 x 350 meters. The western side of the hill has a near flat-top while all other sides are rocky and steep. UNESCO has inscribed Acropolis as a World Heritage Site in 1987.
The Acropolis and its monuments are universal symbols of classical spirit and civilization. They Greek Architecture is highly visible in the construction of Acropolis and Monuments. An exceptional group of artists under Athenian Statesman Pericles and Sculptor Pheidias transformed the rocky hill into a unique monument of thought and arts.
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