Olympia war das Heiligtum des Zeus in Elis, im Nordwesten der Halbinsel Peloponnes.
The Leonidaion was the lodging place for athletes taking part in the Olympic Games at Olympia.
The palaestra at Olympia is an ancient edifice in Olympia, Greece, part of the gymnasium at the sanctuary.
Der Zeustempel von Olympia war der dominierende Bau im olympischen Heiligtum und wurde in den Jahren von etwa 480/470 bis 456 v.
The stadium at the archaeological site of Olympia, Greece, is located to the east of the sanctuary of Zeus.
The Temple of Hera, or Heraion, is an ancient Archaic Greek temple at Olympia, Greece, that was dedicated to Hera, queen of the Greek Gods.
The Pelopion was a structure at the ancient site of Olympia, Greece. It was the alleged tomb of Pelops a figure in Greek mythology.
The Hippodrome of Olympia housed the equestrian contests of the Ancient Olympic Games.
The Echo Stoa is located within the sanctuary of Zeus in Olympia, Greece.