Temple in Athens, Greece
The elegant building known as the Erechtheion, on the north side of the sacred rock of the Acropolis, was erected in 421-406 BC as a replacement of an earlier temple dedicated to Athena Polias, the so-called ''Old temple''. The name ''Erechtheion'', mentioned only by Pausanias (1, 26, 5), derives from Erechtheus, the mythical king of Athens, who was worshipped there. Other texts refer to the building simply as ''temple'' or ''old temple''.
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Athens 105 58, Greece
Metro: M2 Line (Acropoli Station)
+30 21 0321 4172
From the 1st September 2018, due to the gradual change of the day’s duration, the opening hours are modified as following: 1st till 15th September 08:00-19:30, 16th till 30th September 08:00-19:00, 1st till 15th October 08:00-18:30, 16th till 31st October 08:00-18:00 Visitors who had issued an electronic ticket for the 22nd of July for time slots after 14:00 and for the 23rd of July for the time slot 14:00-16:00, via the internet, may proceed to the ticket offices located at the entrances to the archaeological sites in order to replace it with another at a date of their convenience.
Full: €20, Reduced: €10 (For Acropolis of Athens Historical Area)