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Classical: Greek 1. Columns used as outer walls. 2. Statues used as columns. 3. Cornice at the top of the statues.

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Parthenon.  Building the Parthenon was a formidable task.  But in the end the builders triumphed and presented their city with the world's finest example of Doric architecture.  Original artwork for illustration on p15 of Look and Learn issue no 852 (13 May 1978).

Building the Parthenon was a formidable task. But in the end the builders triumphed and presented their city with the world's finest example of Doric architecture. Original artwork for illustration on of Look and Learn issue no 852 May

(Hellenic Civilization) - Acropolis of Athens, Athens, Greece. The Acropolis of Athens can be seen as a symbol for the Ancient Greek World, the classical period of the Hellenic civilization

✯ Sun bursting through clouds dramatically over the Parthenon Acropolis - Athens, Greece; we were there with the Olympic Games in 2004

The ancient Greeks were one of the most influential cultures in their part of the world. In part, this is because the ancient Greeks were excellent sailors

10 Buildings that Best Represent Greek Architecture

The Parthenon is a rectangular building of white marble with eight columns supporting a pediment at the front, and a long line of columns visible at the side

I think I need to revisit Greece again!Porch of the Caryatids, Parthenon, Athens, Greece

Porch of the Caryatids, Parthenon, Athens, Greece.According to a theory, the name of Parthenon means the "temple of the virgin goddess" and refers to the cult of Athena Parthenos that was associated with the temple.

The Parthenon embodies the principles that raised Greek architecture to perfection -- harmony, proportion, elegance, grace.

The Parthenon and the Acropolis

The Parthenon, The Acropolis, Athens, Greece - years ago the temple was constructed in the Doric style to worship the Goddess Athena, regarded as the protector of the people of Athens.

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