We see footage from the traffic of the vehicles on Vasilissis Amalias Avenue and of the passers-by, along the precinct of the ancient temple of Olympian Zeus with the building of the Greek Anglican Church as a background.
We watch the traffic jam on the streets with the vehicles that were produced at that time, and then details from the Hadrian's Gate or Arch of Hadrian.
The tour continues at the Olympieion, where the cinematographer's friends wander at the propylon of the temple with the columns of Olympian Zeus visible in the background, that were made by Antiochus the Great the 4th, in 174 BC.
Views from the temple of Olympian Zeus with the Acropolis of Athens visible in the background, as we see details from the Corinthian-style columns of the temple, where the filmmaker's friend continues her tour.
The woman passes along the 16th column, gently caressing the column drums of the column that lie on the ground, as a result of a storm in around 1852. We observe details from the capital and the holes that connect the column drums.
The film closes with views from the remains of the ancient baths.