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A memorial to the Macedonian royal  dynasty, Philippeion was dedicated by Philip II, king of Macedon. The monument was completed by Alexander the Great after the assassination of his father in 336 BC. , OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
A memorial to the Macedonian royal dynasty, Philippeion was dedicated by Philip II, king of Macedon. The monument was completed by Alexander the Great after the assassination of his father in 336 BC.
A panoramic view of the Olympia Stadium, OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
A panoramic view of the Olympia Stadium
Ancient Olympia, aerial view of the archaeological site, OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
Ancient Olympia, aerial view of the archaeological site
Ancient Olympia, kindling the Olympic flame , OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
Ancient Olympia, kindling the Olympic flame
Ancient Olympia, reconstruction drawing of the chryselephantine statue of Zeus, OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
Ancient Olympia, reconstruction drawing of the chryselephantine statue of Zeus
Ancient Olympia, view of the archaeological site , OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
Ancient Olympia, view of the archaeological site
Archaeological site of Olympia, the Stadium, OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
Archaeological site of Olympia, the Stadium
Gymnasium of Olympia, OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
Gymnasium of Olympia
Hermes by Praxiteles (ca. 330 BC), Museum of Olympia, OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
Hermes by Praxiteles (ca. 330 BC), Museum of Olympia
In a lush green landscape, the Kronion hill overlooks the ancient ruins., OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
In a lush green landscape, the Kronion hill overlooks the ancient ruins.
In the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, the ancient stadium of Olympia hosted the men's and women's shot put competition, OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
In the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, the ancient stadium of Olympia hosted the men's and women's shot put competition
Krypte, the entrance to the stadium of Olympia, was a vaulted stoa 32 m long, built in the late 3rd century BC, OLYMPIA (Ancient sanctuary) ILIA
Krypte, the entrance to the stadium of Olympia, was a vaulted stoa 32 m long, built in the late 3rd century BC
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