Christos Lambrakis Hall, the main hall of the Concert Hall. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

Christos Lambrakis Hall: one of the venus within the Athens Concert Hall, renowned for its acoustics. The Concert Hall is located close to the Athens Hilton Hotel. The tube has a dedicated stop called Megaron.

Dromeas sculpture (Runner) by Costas Varotsos in front of Athens Hilton. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

Dromeas sculpture (Runner) by Costas Varotsos in front of Athens Hilton.

Dromeas (Runner) is a 12 meter tall glass and iron sculpture created in 1994 by Athens artist Costas Varotsos. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

Dromeas (Runner) is a 12 meter tall glass and iron sculpture created in 1994 by Athens artist Costas Varotsos.

The Athens Concert Hall (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

The Athens Concert Hall by Cynthia Kostaki, via Behance

The Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

The Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies.

Detail form the classical Gennadius Library. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

Detail form the classical Gennadius Library.

The Byzantine temple of Asomaton Petraki Monastery. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

The Byzantine temple of Asomaton Petraki Monastery.

Agios Andreas 16th century chapel is dwarfed by the tallest building in Greece, Athens Tower. Walking Athens app, Route 12 - Concert Hall (Download for FREE) #travel #guide #iPhone #church #postbyzantine

Agios Andreas 16th century chapel is dwarfed by the tallest building in Greece, Athens Tower. Walking Athens app, Route 12 - Concert Hall (Download for FREE) #travel #guide #iPhone #church #postbyzantine

Marasleio School. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

Marasleio School. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

The American School of Classical Studies is the third oldest foreign archaeological institute in Athens, operating in the city since 1881. (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

The American School of Classical Studies is the third oldest foreign archaeological institute in Athens, operating in the city since (Walking Athens, Route 12 - Concert Hall)

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