acropolis, acropolisau, hacropolis, hacropolisau
Noun(1) the citadel in ancient Greek towns
(1) They have built a virtually impregnable fortress; it is a high place, an acropolis .(2) Last year a stylish new auditorium was opened alongside this Hellenic-style acropolis , one of the finest neo-classical houses in the country.(3) Short excursions from the city take you to the ancient cities of Lindos, with its temple of Athena on its acropolis overlooking the sea.(4) On the acropolis is a smaller walled-in area where a ruined Byzantine chapel lies over the foundations of the Temple of Athena.(5) There are remains of an acropolis located on a hillside with magnificent views.(6) The city's monuments date mostly from the Hellenistic period and include the acropolis , an Apollo temple and an agora.(7) To the side of Pigadia is a rocky hill where the Minoan acropolis of Karpathos was built in ancient times.(8) We drive to Bergama, 45 minutes away, past women working side by side in the fields, and wind up steep streets to the acropolis high above the noisy town.(9) An acropolis protected by stone walls lay at the centre.(10) The actors seldom move: they are like tortured figures on a frieze in a besieged acropolis .
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