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  • Amberlie Ezell

    (part 3)meaning behind her words and trying to catch up as she walked towards the Temple. He wasn't the best multitasker in the world when it came to unraveling the mysteries behind girls. He had no words until the columns were towering over his (part 4)

  • Kazuhisa Adachi

    It's a Snap: Travel photos from around the world - TODAY Travel

  • Samantha Brau

    The Acropolis in bucket list!

  • Mary Raine

    The Acropolis in Athens, Greece #acropolis #Athens #greece

  • Karina Rueda

    Amazing (Photo: Courtesy tsanta/myBudgetTravel)

  • Lucy Jacob

    4 of us climbed to this amazing structure. the view of Athens from here was amazing. Seeing it made me appreciate how advanced the Greeks were 4K years ago. Worth the long climb.

  • Kiran Khatao

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