Temple in Athens, Greece
A propylaea, propylea or propylaia is any monumental gateway in ancient Greek architecture. The prototypical Greek example is the propylaea that serves as the entrance to the Acropolis of Athens.
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Acropolis, Dionysiou Areopagitou, Athina 105 58, Greece
Metro: M2 Line (Acropoli Station)
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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)