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  • Museum of Cycladic Art Athens

    Museum of Cycladic Art

    The Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens showcases a fascinating collection gathered by the late shipping magnate Nicholas Goulandris and his wife Dolly. Expanding over four levels, the artworks give a detailed insight into the ancient civilisations of the Cycladic Islands. The remnants of these ancient societies from 3200-2000BC, gives telling information on how ancient…

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  • Travel Advice Athens MONASTIRAKI

    HEALTH & PROTECTIVE MEASURES IN ATHENS

    When: May & June 2020
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  • Ancient Agora Temple Hephaestus

    The Ancient Agora

    The open plateau of the Ancient Agora provided a place for the citizens of ancient Athens to meet, bond and deliberate on the issues of the day, hence the use of the word “agora”, that derives from the verb “αγείρω” which means to congregate. This ancient city with its court of law, gymnasium, temples and…

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  • Evzone Caryatids Acropolis Athens

    8 things you didn’t know about the Acropolis

    The Acropolis of Athens is one of the most famous and influential landmarks in history. The naturally fortified site houses the greatest architectural influence of modern civilisation and symbolises the birthplace of democracy. Whilst there is evidence that the Acropolis was inhabited as far back as 3,500BC, it was Pericles, the democratic leader of Athens in…

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  • Photo Stories Athens Sunflower Mythology

    Detours in Athens

    Everywhere you look in Athens, there’s a story to be told. There are so many things that make this city unique; from its ancient and modern history, to its architecture, food and way of life. It’s the small things too, from sunflowers basking in the summer sun, to the gentle old Greek tortoises you’ll find crawling around ancient monuments.

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  • Evzones Uniform Greek Soldier Athens

    Evzones uniform, the costume of an elite Greek soldier

    The Greek Presidential Guard or Evzones are a group of elite Greek soldiers who are trained to perform various ceremonial duties. They stand guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Presidential Palace and also raise and lower the flag at the Acropolis every Sunday. The Evzones uniform is handmade with intricate detail, taking many months to complete…

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