After a day of visiting the acropolis, our family stopped in at the ancient agora, the market or social centre of ancient Athens. There was plenty to see here. An old church plenty of ruined buildings made of primitive bricks and many more.
you should definitely see the reconstruction of one of the buildings in the agora. It is quite big and shows how the greek buildings looked with the colour on them.
After visiting that you should make your down, or should I say up, to the temple of Hephaestus the god of forgery, fire, and craftsmanship. The temple was very well preserved but some of it was blackened and needs to be restored.
as a matter of fact, this was an unfinished temple. The frieze on the walls is only partially completed.
The agora is a must-see after the acropolis!
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