Photograph is in a book with a description beneath ; printed description: "(Acts, xvii:16.)--There is but one building in
the panorama before us that was standing, as it stands to-day, when Paul looked in the direction you are looking now. That
was the Temple of Theseus, which you see with rows of Doric columns running all the way round it. It is a source of pleasure
to be able to look upon a building now that we know absolutely he saw. We can say this of the temple of Theseus. This temple
had been here more than 500 years when Paul came to Athens. The city he saw from Mars Hill was far different from the modern
Athens, with its electric lights and railroad cars, which we see to-day from the same sacred height. Athens has now nearly
150,000 inhabitants, and is in all respects a modern city."
View of Athens and the Temple of Theseus