Temple of Athena Nike juts out from the west wall of the Acropolis
North side of Nike Temple. View is west to Piraeus
Nike Temple is later than Parthenon; columns are Ionic (decorated plinth and scrolled capitals).
War-damaged Doric columns in the Propylaea.
Restoring the roof and Ionic column capitals, Nike Temple.
Looking west through the Propylaea to Piraeus, 7 miles away.
Walking east through the Propylaea. Parthenon on the right.
Looking back (west) at the east portico and Doric columns of the Propylaea, 432 BCE.