What was the Greek version of heaven?
Hey, that's an easy one! it was the fields of Elysium, it was the equivalent of the heaven of Christianity. A cool fact is that the underworld of the Greek world was divided into Heaven, Hell, and Limbo, all under the same roof!
Hell was Tartarus, where those who had blasphemied or committed offenses against the gods were punished
Limbo was Asphodel, a dark, swampy-like place where those who didn't do much with their lives were sent. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't very good either.
As i said before, Heaven was the Fields of Elysium. It was a place where the pure of heart and the heros of Greece went when they died. It was supposedly filled with great foods, singing, and dancing with joy.
I hope i helped!
This refers to a myth that when a Muslim martyr dies, he promised 72 virgins. The Quran does not promise martyrs 72 virgins in heaven. It does mention companions, houri, to all people—martyr or not—in heaven, but no number is specified. The source for the 72 virgins is a hadith (a saying that's not part of the Qur'an) in Sunan al-Tirmidhi by Imam Tirmidhi.
No one on Earth has been to Heaven, that I know of. So technically this question can only be answered by opinion. On my opinion, no, Mount Olympus and the greek gods are not real and in Heaven. Mount Olympus does however exist in Greece. But on the other hand, the greek gods are myths, therefore, they do not exist.