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“The Acropolis, also called the Sacred Rock, is the most important ancient heritage of the country.”
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History Museum
“Οne of Athens’ must-see museums. The building was designed to house the Parthenon Sculptures, with a stunning view of the Acropolis to complete the experience. Tip: you should visit the museum’s café at the roof.”
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“Plaka is the most well-known neighborhood to every guest visiting Athens, there are many cafes, bars and traditional restaurants and tavernas.”
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“The National Garden (formerly the Royal Garden) is a public park of 15.5 hectares (38 acres) in the center of the Greek capital, Athens. It is located directly behind the Greek Parliament building (The Old Palace) and continues to the South to the area where the Zappeion is located, across from the Panathenaiko or Kalimarmaro Olympic Stadium of the 1896 Olympic Games. The Royal Garden was commissioned by Queen Amalia in 1838 and completed by 1840.Αn ideal place for the hot Greek summer !!!!”
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History Museum
“The National Archaeological Museum in Athens houses some of the most important artifacts from a variety of archaeological locations around Greece from prehistory to late antiquity. It is considered one of the greatest museums in the world and contains the richest collection of artifacts from Greek antiquity worldwide.”
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Track Stadium
“The Panathenaic Stadium, also known as Kallimarmaro, is a stadium in Athens, which is located east of Zappeion and north of the Ardettus hill, through which the river Ilissos passes. At the Panathenaic Stadium, the first Olympic Games took place in 1896.”
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Övrigt friluftsliv
“There is a café at the top of the hill the highest point of central Athens with panoramic view. Wear appropriate shoes. There is a cable car service that can take you up to the hill if you don’t want to walk. ”
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Övrigt friluftsliv
“Philopappou Hill or Mousson Hill or Sengio Hill is the hill of Athens across from the Acropolis. It is linked to the hills of the Observatory (Nymph Hill) and Pnyx. At its top there is the Philopappou monument built by Philopappos during the Roman period and gave its name to the hill. Around the Philopappou Hill is the homonymous district as well as the Koukaki, Asyrmatos, Petralona and Acropolis districts. On the south side of the hill there is also Dora Stratou Theater.”
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Historisk plats
“The Temple of Olympian Zeus, also known as the Olympieion or Columns of the Olympian Zeus, is a monument of Greece and a former colossal temple at the centre of the Greek capital Athens. It was dedicated to Olympian Zeus, a name originating from his position as head of the Olympian gods. Construction began in the 6th century BC during the rule of the Athenian tyrants, who envisaged building the greatest temple in the ancient world, but it was not completed until the reign of the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century AD, some 638 years after the project had begun ”
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“Monastiraki is a flea market neighborhood in the old town of Athens, Greece, and is one of the principal shopping districts in Athens. The area is home to clothing boutiques, souvenir shops, and specialty stores, and is a major tourist attraction in Athens and Attica for bargain shopping. The area is named after Monastiraki Square, which in turn is named for the Church of the Pantanassa that is located within the square. The main streets of this area are Pandrossou Street and Adrianou Street.Here you can find everything. Shopping, coffee, drinks, food. The Monastiraki Metro Station, located on the square, serves both Line 1 and Line 3 of the Athens Metro. ”
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Historisk plats
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“Flea market Monastiráki: Somewhat touristic, but nonetheless fun to walk around. Stroll around the street and try to spot the gems among the crowd. Perhaps go for some handmade real leather shoes and bags for a fair price, or fun gadgets and souvenirs. *Antique streets and Avyssinias Square: When you walk through Flea Market Monastiráki it’s a must to take a peek at the small side alleys and check out the little antique shops where you can literally find everything you could possibly think of. From velvet chairs to ancient Greek paintings and silver jewellery. A must visit!”
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“The building houses a unique exhibition on Greek culture arranged diachronically from prehistory to the 20th century.”
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“This is both a bar/nightclub and music venue. Very often there are famous djs playing electro music here. ”
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