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Athens & Attica Sightseeing

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This square takes its name from Emperor Haile Selassie, who supplied financial aid to buy food for refugees in 1922.

The world-famous Acropolis, or Sacred Rock, is a fortified hill towering 156 meters high in the heart of Athens.

Acropolis Metro Station

Acropolis Metro Station

The Acropolis Metro Station provides visitors to the Sacred Rock with a taste of the history.

Andrianou Street, Plaka

Andrianou Street, Plaka

Most researchers agree that present-day Adrianou Street, generally has followed the same route for the past 2,500 years.

Airport Archaelogical Collection

Airport Archaelogical Collection

This exhibition at Athens International Airport showcases a small but impressive sample of finds from the area.

Alexandra Maternity Home

Alexandra Maternity Home

Since its founding, the hospital has continually expanded its services, gradually evolving into a general hospital specialising in gynaecology and cardiology.

Andreas Syggros Hospital

Andreas Syggros Hospital

The hospital provided free treatment to men and women suffering from venereal diseases, and educated those in pursuit of scientific knowledge.

Areopagus

Areopagus

The ancient Athenian Supreme Court once occupied this rocky hill. Judging cases from murder and arson to sacrilege, the court even made decisions on new religious ideas.

Descending 65 metres into the depths of a rocky hill in Kastella, visitors will find Aretoussa’s Cave.

The hospital was founded during the German occupation to provide medical care to war-wounded officers and their families in 1940.

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