Thision (Temple of Hephaistos), Athens
The best preserved ancient Greek temple in the world, the Doric TEMPLE OF HEPHAESTUS circa 449 B.C. is located in central Athens in the ancient Agora section of the city. It is far less known than the Parthenon, but unlike the Parthenon, the Temple of Hephaestus has all its columns and pediments intact and even has most of its original roof.
Hephaestus was the son of Zeus and Hora.
The temple which is sometimes called the Theseion, gets much less tourist traffic than the Parthenon and is a pleasant green area in the heart of Athens.
Favorite thing: Tample of Hephaistos is one in the most good condition of all the temples of Ancient times! It is in the acient Agora space.
Everywhere you go, you will be reminded about the ancient times. Tempels, ruins, you will find it everywhere!
Fondest memory: Here the temple of Theseion - Hefaisteion