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Athens & Attica Sightseeing

The Public Library of Aegina is a single-story, stone building adjacent to the Governor's House.

Just west of the Technopolis complex is Kerameikos Metro Station, which revealed the most important burial ground in the ancient city during its construction.

Kolonaki Square is where a number of the city’s major commercial streets.

The location of the last battle between General Archelaos of Pontus and the legions of the Roman General Syllas.

This pastry shop at 87 Eolou Street may be the most historic store of its kind in Athens.

The Lake of Marathon is an artificial reservoir whose dam was constructed between 1926 and 1929.

Listed as a natural monument and a protected wetland, the Lake of Vouliagmeni is approximately 24 kilometres from Athens.

Lazaros Koudouriotis’ two-storey mansion, an impressive example of Hydran architecture, was built in 1780.

Mount Lycabettus is the tallest hill in Athens, offering a panoramic view of the entire basin.

Since 1982, the Maximou Building has been the residence of the Greek Prime Minister.

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