A view of the famed Acropolis of Athens from a distance.
To enter the Acropolis, we must pass through the towering gate, the Propylaia.
The Erechtheion, a sanctuary built over the most holy of sites on the Acropolis. Notice the Caryatids, the maidens that take the place of columns.
Part of the group in front of the Erechtheion: Katie, Aaron, Abbey, Megan, Matt, Angie, Sarah, Dane, and Baret, with Lauren in the background.
Class photo in front of the Parthenon, the largest Doric temple in Greece.
Part of the frieze of the Parthenon, inside the Acropolis Museum.
A familiar sight: ongoing reconstruction at ancient sites.
Looking back up at Lykavittos Hill, where we were yesterday.
Class picture with the Acropolis as a backdrop.
Taking care on the slippery marble.
The Temple of Hephaestus from the ancient agora.
Eating lunch at a family-style Greek restaurant: Aaron, Matt, Sarah, and Megan.
Kevin, Lindsey, Dane, and Baret.
2004 Olympic Stadium in Athens.
Another view of the 2004 Olympic Stadium.