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Parthenon on Acropolis of Athens Greece

It's one of the most photographed sites in Greece. Get there very early in the morning, I mean EARLY. They open around 8 am but you need to get to the ticket queue at least 45 min before that if you want to shoot it before it gets crowded. 10 min later this photo would have had 500 selfiesticks in it.
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You can get there by a bus or taxi.
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Lots of people

Sunrise & sunset during spring

07:34 17:06
15:59
37°58'18.4863" N 23°43'37.4774" E

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  • Florian Müller
  • Karim Eldeghedy
  • Michael Forness
  • Maximilian Maisch
  • Kevin Sinclair
  • Tony Maull
  • shang fu
  • Nick Organ
  • Malcolm Kahn
  • Sukhmani Brar
  • Gabi Fulcher
  • Gunnar Heilmann
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Thank you Mika Wist for creating this photo spot and Fotografie-Kurs.Koeln, Stavros Marmaras, Afonso Gomes for improving it with additional photos or content.
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