The south side. The overall goals of the restoration project are to: conserve the structure, to correct some positions of stones restored incorrectly in the past, to complete the restored areas with fragments that have been lying on the ground, to stop the damage being done by the corroded iron, to protect the original sculptures, and to clean and protect the exterior surfaces of the marble.
South side with walls of the cella (?) visible.
The Parthenon is not the only beautiful building on the Acropolis. Across from the north face of the Parthenon is this building, the Erechtheion. It was built between 421 and 406 B. C. It is named after a mythical Athenian king, Erechtheus, and housed a wooden cult statue of Athena. (Note: there were two other statues of Athena on the Acropolis in ancient times. One was a gigantic gold and ivory statue inside the Parthenon. The other was a 30-foot high statue that stood between the Propylaea, or entrance gate, and the Erechtheion. It showed Athena in armor as the defender of her city. It was said to be so tall that ships at sea could see the shining tip of her spear.) I believe the tree that is visible next to the building represents a sacred olive tree which the ancients believed was a gift from Athena.