This version of the temple is a hypothetical reconstruction. Another version showing its actual state (ruins) is also available.
The Parthenon is the symbol of the city of Athens, all of Greece, and even western civilization!
What did the Parthenon look like at the height of Athenian splendor?
Nobody knows for sure, but traces of paint and tile found in the ruins give archaeologists and expert architects an idea. This hypothetical reconstruction is also based on typical features found on other similar buildings, such as the Temple of Hephaestus, located very close to the Acropolis, which is thought to be designed by the same architects and in much better state of conservation.
This reconstruction helps us imagine what this beautiful building used to look like when historical figures such as Pericles walked within its marble walls.
This model was originally created in 2014 by Dany Sánchez from MiniWorld3D. Makerwiz is the Authorized Maker of 3D prints designed by MiniWorld3D.
The size of this model is ~224 x 105 x 70 mm. The material is PLA. The resolution is 0.2mm layer height. The infill is 15%.
Our 3D print featured in the product photos was printed using Matte Grey PLA (from D3D), but we have over 60 vibrant colours available to choose from!