Parthenon is a former temple of Athenian Acropolis of Greece, dedicated to the Goddess Athena, who believed the Athenians were their Parthenon. When the construction began in 447 BC.
One of the most beautiful constructions of antiquity, Parthenon was built around 438 BC. Although it serves as a temple on certain issues of history, it was originally built as a fortification and at that time it was converted into a Christian church. The construction of this indestructible building, the largest building called Athena Temple, is very important when you consider the fact that all the stone-making stones were made by hand by hand. Parthenon's architecture is also impressive. In building many tapered columns, the whole temple actually appears more strikers than that, a clever illusion used by Parthenon's designers, which makes many eyes fool today.
Parthenon is considered to be an enduring symbol of Ancient Greece, Athenian democracy and Western culture, and it is one of the world's greatest cultural monuments. Athenians built it, other Periclean monuments of Parthenon and Acropolis were originally seen as a celebration of celebration as a blessing on the Persian invaders and the victory of Greek people.