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Athens & Attica Sightseeing

While Thission Square is not, strictly speaking, a square, it is definitely the place to be these days.

The Athens-Piraeus Electric Subway station in Thission is the oldest metro station in Athens, and the oldest railway station in Greece.

The Thon Estate, named after the German courtesan of King George I, was built by Ernst Ziller at the turn of the 19th century.

The Public Tobacco Factory at 218 Lenorman Street occupies an entire city block, covering a total area of approximately nine acres.

The Tumulus of Marathon is the burial mound of the brave Athenian heroes who gave their lives during the battle of Marathon in 490 BC.

The Law School is the oldest building on the University of Athens campus and was built in the 1930s, in a minimalist architectural style.

Built between 1878 and 1886, the Municipal Market came into being after a devastating fire burned the huts of the old market to the ground.

The Veakeion Municipal Theatre is an open-air summer theatre that sits 87 metres above sea level.

This partially covered outdoor market, opposite the Monastiraki Metro Station, is a true Athenian landmark.

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