Anafiotika, Plaka, is a scenic tiny neighborhood of Athens, part of old historical neighborhood called Plaka. It lies in northerneast side of the Acropolis hill.

anafiotika, plaka (scenic tiny neighborhood of athens, part of old historical neighborhood called plaka. It lies in northerneast side of the acropolis hill.

Agios Georgios tou Vrachou Church, Anafiotika (Walking Athens, Route 04 - Plaka)

Anafiotika is a scenic tiny neighborhood of Athens, part of old historical neighborhood called Plaka.

Anafiotika (Walking Athens, Route 04 - Plaka)

Anafiotika, Athens, Greece - despite Athens being a concrete jungle of cheaply built high rise apartments - this tiny ancient settlement under the Acropolis is a remnant of village living

Anafiotika, Athens / by patatoukou, via Flickr (Walking Athens, Route 04 - Plaka)

Anafiotika, Athens / by patatoukou, via Flickr (Walking Athens, Route 04 - Plaka)

Sign in Anafiotika area showing the way to Acropolis in Athens. (Walking Athens, Route 04 - Plaka)

Sign in Anafiotika area showing the way to Acropolis in Athens.

The green line train passes right in front of the Stoa of Attalos. (Walking Athens - Route 04 / Plaka)

The green line train passes through the Ancient Agora and exactly by the Stoa of Attalos.

Stoa of Attalos as seen from the Acropolis Hill slopes. (Walking Athens - Route 04 / Plaka)

The century BC Stoa of Attalos was restored to its original form in the and now houses the museum of the Agora.

Two different eras of Athens coexist side by side. Roman period Library of Hadrian and Ottoman period Tzistaraki Mosque enrich the Athenian landscape. (Walking Athens - Route 04 / Plaka)

Two different eras of Athens coexist side by side. Roman period Library of Hadrian and Ottoman period Tzistaraki Mosque enrich the Athenian landscape.

The Parthenon illuminated by the full moon of August. (Walking Athens - Route 04 / Plaka)

The Parthenon illuminated by the full moon of August.

The end of Aiolou Str. in Plaka. It starts all the way from Omonia Square. (Walking Athens - Route 04 / Plaka)

The end of Aiolou Str. in Plaka. It starts all the way from Omonia Square.

Bathhouse of the Winds The Turkish Bath of Abid Efentis, referred to for the first time in 1667 by the Turkish traveller Evlia Tselebi. (Walking Athens, Route 04 - Plaka)

Bathhouse of the Winds The Turkish Bath of Abid Efentis, referred to for the first time in 1667 by the Turkish traveller Evlia Tselebi.

Tzistaraki Mosque. Now an annex of the Folklore Museum. (Walking Athens - Route 04 / Plaka)

Now an annex of the Folklore Museum.

Looking towards mount Aegaleo from the hill of Acropolis, following Aiolou Street that then becomes Patission Avenue. (Walking Athens, Route 04 - Plaka)

View of Athens from the hill of Acropolis

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