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Private Tour: Ancient Agora of Athens Walking Tour
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This building played an important role in the political and cultural life of ancient Athens, where it served as both a temple and the state archives.
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12 Aug 2017
21 Jul 2016
Athens, Greece
+30 21 0321 0185
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Reviewed 12 August 2017

Part of the Agora ruins, which is a must see with the old museum located within the area. The temple is the pinnacle of the area! Make sure you have plenty of water and shade, with a good pair of shoes!

Thank MuhammadDudha
Reviewed 21 July 2016

just the old foundation ruins remain. still, nice to see such an old piece of history. Located in the Old Ancient Agora

Thank jlantern3
Reviewed 16 May 2016

Included in your ticket of sites these ruins are not as busy as the others they are peaceful. So many temples to see but temple of the mother of gods you cant miss.

Thank chickandbeast
Reviewed 28 March 2016

The Metroon, was originally a four room building that housed and catalogued, public records including legal and financial. There is only a small amount of remnants and base outlines that are left, but there are plaques that summarise the history of this building. It is...More

2  Thank 1TraveltheWorld
Reviewed 30 September 2015

We went a a rainy day which drove all the tourists away, it was so peaceful, just walking around taking it all in.

Thank JnVSydney
Reviewed 7 March 2015

Remains of this Temple can be seen on Ancient Agora of Athens, near the building of Bouleterion. Building was built appr. 450 BC, and combined function of Temple to goddess Meter and State Archive for different records, weights and measures. The gold and ivory seated...More

2  Thank Superkatt
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