Athens, Greece

Athens is the city that brought the world Democracy, Philosophy, Theater, and the first Academy of Arts and Sciences.There can be no objective description for Athens— only subjective impressions, as the multi-faceted city manifests itself differently to each visitor or citizen - Copyright © wondergreece.gr
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Filopappou Hill | It is said that the Athenians were thinking to build the Acropolis here at first but, eventually, the opposite rock was preferred and therefore the hill made do with the privilege of the exceptional panoramic view and the monument in honor of the benefactor of the city, Gaius Julius Antiochus Filopappos. - Copyright © wondergreece.gr

It is said that the Athenians were thinking to build the Acropolis here at first but, eventually, the opposite rock was preferred and therefore the hill made do with the privilege of the exceptional panoramic view and the monument in honor of the.

Syntagma Square and the Hellenic Parliament | tribute to the Fallen of wars and is guarded throughout the day by the soldiers of the Presidential Guard, Evzones. They stand still dressed in the traditional costume of Tsolias and the change of guard takes place with a special ritual every hour. - Copyright © wondergreece.gr

Georgeopolous and Pappapolous win the National Bookend Competition, Athens.

Neoclassic architecture

Athens is the city that brought the world Democracy, Philosophy, Theater, and the first Academy of Arts and Sciences. There can be no objective description for Athens— only subjective impressions, as the multi-faceted city manifests itself.

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Athens is still a beautiful city - Copyright © wondergreece.gr

Athens is still a beautiful city - Copyright © wondergreece.

The magnificent Zappeio Mansion, a donation of Evangelos and Konstantinos Zappas from Epirus, was completed in 1888 and has since been linked to important events and competitions. - Copyright © wondergreece.gr

By the name "Zappeio", we refer both to the building and the garden that surrounds it. The magnificent Zappeio Mansion, a donation of Evangelos and Konstantinos Zappas from Epirus, was completed in 1888 and has since been linked to important.

Acropolis Museum | One of the top three museums in the world. - Copyright © wondergreece.gr

Here, we refer to the new Acropolis Museum, which was inaugurated in Located at DionysiouAreopagitou Street across the Acropolis, it was designed with glass exterior walls so that the visitors would be able to see Acropolis from almost all.

The National Archeological Museum due to its remarkable exhibits can carry away even those who do not like visiting museums. - Copyright © wondergreece.gr

The National Archeological Museum due to its remarkable exhibits can carry away even those who do not like visiting museums. Several works of art that apart from their archeological significance have a rich visual interest, as they represent.

Ancient Agora

The Ancient Agora, as indicated by its name, was the place that gathered crowds of Athenians for their purchases, discussions and philosophy.Nowadays, it is a wonderful archeological site where lush trails tour you around the remains of the.

Roman Agora and the Clock tower of Kyristos | It could be characterized as the first trading center of antiquity and is a remnant of the Roman period of the city - Copyright © wondergreece.gr

One of the most elegant well-preserved ancient buildings in the Roman Agora of Athens: The Horologion Of Andronikos Kyrrhestos ~ Tower of the Winds (Aerides)

Odeon of Herodes Atticus | It was built in 161 AD by Herodes Atticus, an Athenian citizen of Roman ancestry, a Philhellenist and votary of the arts, to honor the memory of his wife, AniaRigilli. - Copyright © wondergreece.gr

On the southern foothills of the Acropolis are the remains of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. It was built in 161 AD by Herodes Atticus, an Athenian citizen of Roman ancestry, a Philhellenist and votary of the arts, to honor the memory of his wife,.

The most picturesque district of the city lies about the northern part of the Acropolis - © wondergreece.gr

The most picturesque district of the city lies about the northern part of the Acropolis - © wondergreece.

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