Nano Project #77 - A Greek Temple
The wife and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary with a weekend in Athens. It goes without saying we were very impressed by the Parthenon, Acropolis, and also Haphaestus' temple in the Great Agora. 
That temple and the Parthenon are very similar in design, but in order to avoid a repetitive build I cut down significantly on the number of columns. Hence I don't presume to call it anything but a generic Greek temple. Note that the tecnic pins don't actually connect to the bases, but they will be secured in place when you place the top of the Temple on them.
BTW I made a nano version (smallest I know of) of the Tower Bridge in London - complete with NanoBus and LondonCab - check it out in this link.

Here's a spinning image of the temple:
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Name NanoGreekTemple
Designer LegoOri
Designed 2019
Inventory 113
Theme Architecture
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