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Athens & Attica Sightseeing

The Pnyx was selected as the seat of the Ecclesia and the area of assembly for Athenian citizens due to its unique morphology and size.

The Choragic Monument of Lysicrates was erected by the choregos Lysicrates, a wealthy patron of musical performances at the Theater of Dionysus.

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

The Kleanthi-Schaubert or the Old University, is in a high part of Plaka, in Tholou Street and is a very old building (probably from the 17th century).

The mansion of the notorious family of Benizelos who lived in Athens during the years of the Ottoman occupation, was build during the 16th century.

Named after Philopappos, a Roman consul who loved Athens and grandson of Syrian king Antiochus IV Epiphanes.

This fifth-century church is dedicated to Saint Leonides, the third-century bishop of Athens.

Akademia Platonos, an Athenian neighbourhood having experienced intense industrial and residential development.

Located on the site of the infamous Haidari barracks, the Park of Historical Memory was created over the past decades by the local municipality.

Founded in 1984, the museum gives the visually impaired the opportunity to literally feel the greatness of ancient Greece.

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