Category:Temple of Hephaestus in Athens

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English: The Temple of Hephaistos in central Athens, Greece, is the best-preserved ancient Greek temple in the world, but is far less well-known than its illustrious neighbour, the Parthenon. It was dedicated to Hephaestus, the god of smiths and metal-workers.

It was also erroneously know as Thissio (temple of Theseus).

Temple of Hephaestus 
ancient Greek temple
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Instance of ancient Greek temple
Part of Ancient Agora of Athens
Dedicated to
Material used
LocationAcropolis of Athens, Athens, Athens Municipality, Central Athens Regional Unit, Attica Region, Greece
Heritage designation
  • listed archaeological site in Greece
Significant event
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37° 58′ 32.16″ N, 23° 43′ 17.04″ E

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