The famous Temple of Hephaestus in Athens is one of the most famous temples among visitors as well as among locals, Attica.
The Temple of Hephaestus is the best protected old sanctuary in Greece.
It was committed to Hephaestus, the antiquated divine force of flame and Athena, goddess of stoneware and artworks.
As per the archeologists, the sanctuary was worked around 450 B.C. at the western edge of the city, over Agoreos Koronos slope, and it is a traditional case of Dorian design.
The sanctuary has 6 segments on the short east and west sides and 13 on the north and south sides.
Its friezes and different adornments have been enormously harmed by tremors and intrusions along the hundreds of years.
The sanctuary is situated in Thissio, inside a short separation from the Acropolis and Monastiraki, simply over the Ancient Agora and the Stoa of Attalos.
It was worked from Pentelic marble, while its models are made of Parian marble.
It has a pronaos, a cella and an opisthodomos.