DESCRIPTION
THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
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Olympia
The archaeological site of Olympia includes the sanctuary of Zeus and the many buildings erected around it, such as athletic premises used for the preparation and celebration of the Olympic Games, administrative buildings and other lay buildings and monuments. The Altis, the sacred enclosure and core of the sanctuary, with its temples, cult buildings and treasuries, occupies the centre of the site. It is surrounded by a peribolos, or enclosure wall, which in the late fourth century BC had three gates ...
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See also
Other monuments of the archaeological site
Temple of Zeus at Olympia
Temple of Çera at Olympia
Bouleuterion of Olympia
Prytaneion of Olympia
Ancient stadium of Olympia
Ancient gymnasium of Olympia
Palaestra of Olympia
Leonidaion
Workshop of Pheidias
Theokoleon
Zanes
Philippeion
Monument of the Ptolemaic dynasty
Echo hall
The Metroon
South-east building at Olympia
Altar of Zeus at Olympia
Altar of Hera at Olympia
Prehistoric building at Olympia
Pelopion
Nymphaeon of Olympia
South hall at Olympia
House of Nero
Baths
Heroon of Olympia
Hostels of Olympia
Leonidaion baths
Kladeos baths
Kronios baths
Olympia's Treasuries
Hippodrome of Olympia
Ancient Olympia Old Museum