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Hill
“The Acropolis is the most important ancient site in the Western world. Crowned by the Parthenon, it stands sentinel over Athens, visible from almost everywhere within the city. Its monuments and sanctuaries of white Pentelic marble gleam in the midday sun and gradually take on a honey hue as the sun sinks, while at night they stand brilliantly illuminated above the city. A glimpse of this magnificent sight cannot fail to exalt your spirit. The Acropolis was first inhabited in Neolithic times (4000–3000 BC). The earliest temples were built during the Mycenaean era, in homage to the goddess Athena. People lived on the Acropolis until the late 6th century BC, but in 510 BC the Delphic oracle declared it the sole province of the gods. After all the buildings on the Acropolis were reduced to ashes by the Persians on the eve of the Battle of Salamis (480 BC), Pericles set about his ambitious rebuilding program. He transformed the Acropolis into a city of temples, which has come to be regarded as the zenith of Classical Greece.”
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History Museum
“This dazzling museum at the foot of the Acropolis’ southern slope showcases its surviving treasures. The collection covers the Archaic period to the Roman one, but the emphasis is on the Acropolis of the 5th century BC, considered the apotheosis of Greece’s artistic achievement. The museum reveals layers of history: ruins are visible in its floor, and, through floor-to-ceiling windows, the Acropolis is always visible above. The surprisingly good-value restaurant has superb views; there’s also a fine museum shop. The museum’s crowning glory is the top-floor Parthenon Gallery, a glass atrium housing the temple’s 160m-long frieze. It’s mounted as it once was, following the layout of the building, and you can stroll along, as though atop the columns, and examine the fragments at eye level.”
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공원
“A must see 10 minutes away from our apartment . In an area of ​​160 acres you will be able to admire five hundred different species of plants, shrubs and trees from all over the world. The planting took place during the period 1838-1860 in order to function as a palace garden. As you walk through its paths, you will find a lake with ducks, a small zoo, the Botanical Museum, the small traditional cafe, the children's library and playground, as well as scattered monuments of antiquity and busts of celebrities of modern Greece.”
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지역
“Plaka: one of the most amazing neighborhoods in the entire world! Colorful and mesmerizing! 10-minute walking distance from the house. ”
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History Museum
“This is one of the world’s most important museums, housing the world’s finest collection of Greek antiquities in an enormous neoclassical building. Treasures offering a view of Greek art and history – dating from the Neolithic era to Classical periods, including the Ptolemaic era in Egypt – include exquisite sculptures, pottery, jewellery, frescoes and artefacts found throughout Greece. The beautifully presented exhibits are displayed mainly thematically.”
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Track Stadium
“A must see 10 minutes away from home. I would recomend it on the start of your tour or in the end of your tour . It would be difficult when there is too much sun . Athens' Panathenaic Stadium or Panathinaiko, is also known as the Kallimarmaro (Καλλιμάρμαρο), which means "beautifully marbled" and is the world's only stadium made entirely of marble which coomes from nearby Mount Pendeli. It is opposite the National Garden and its first building was made of wood in 330 BC. The marble structure that has survived to date was realized by Herodes Atticus. It was the venue where the athletic games took place during the Panathenaic feast. Today's stadium was built in 1869-1870 and has a capacity of 60,000 seats. He hosted the first Olympic Games of Modern History (1896).The top of the Panathinaiko Stadium gives you the best shot of the Acropolis. The stadium was used during the 2004 Olympics and still hosts Atheletic events and majorconcerts such as Bob Dylan, Depeche Mode, Tina Turner, Black Sabbath, REM and Sakis Rouvas, and even the Harlem Globetrotters have played here. The area behind the stadium is wooded and is a popular place for joggers and power-walkers.”
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주류 판매점
“If you start at the top of Syntagma Square and walk down the steps and past the fountain, at the bottom of the square is the beginning of Ermou Street, a paradise for those who live to shop. ”
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유적지
“The neighborhood is surrounded by marvellous pieces of Classic Art. Here you can see the famous Temple of Olympian Zeus Varotsos located 15 minutes walking distance close to the house. ”
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기타 야외 활동
“My favourite Park in Athens. From the Hill you have a nice view of the Acropolis, Piraeus and the Sea. ”
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유적지
“ Surrounded by Monastiraki and Plaka area, the Ancient Agora was developed during the 6th century BC and had been the center of administrative, commercial, cultural, social and religious life of ancient Athens. Walking down Agora, one can visit the Temple of Hephaestus and the Stoa of Attalos. Info: Open hours 08:00 - 15:00 | Entrance fee: 8,00€ per person”
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지역
“Monastiraki: the place where all the civilizations meet and live in harmony! 10-minute walking distance from the house.”
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광장
“The famous square that has hosted many events over the years including most political rallies and protests. The metro station is underground in Syntagma Square so you can travel to and from there by train. There is a great cafe in the square also.”
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기타 야외 활동
“ It is the highest hill of Athens (277m), a beautiful forest and offers a wonderful view across the basin.”
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광장
“Located next to Monastiraki metro station, the Monastiraki flea market, though technically not a flea market, is a common attraction in Athens. The area is a collection of shops, selling almost everything, from cheap souvenirs to leather goods, vinyl, icons, musical instruments and jewellery, postcards and local traditional products. The meander of streets is also dotted with cafés, bars and small tavernas where you can stop for refreshments and food.”
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“Apart from the club, six d.o.g.s. also has a beautiful garnden in the back that is open all year round and is ideal for a summery drink or gluwein!”
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Museum
“Be carefull there are three museums of Benaki . The closest one is the one on Koumpari street . Benaki Museum Address : Koumpari 1 · 21 0367 1000 Benaki Museum Address : Pireos 138 · 21 0345 3111 Benaki Museum / The Ghika Gallery Museum Address Kriezotou 3 · 21 0361 5702 ”
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