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This historic park is also not to be missed. It's so beautiful and offers a view of the parthenon and Athens thats second to none.
Philopappou, or the Hill of the Muses, is one of three forested peaks facing the Acropolis that each played an important role in ancient Athens. The Athenian Assembly met on the Pnyx, while the third was known for a sanctuary dedicated to the Nymphs. These wooded hills cover a total area of some 180…
Filopappou Hill as well as the neighbouring Hill of the Nymphs and Hill of the Pnyx form a large recreational area away from the crowds in the streets below. Be sure to see the Filopappopu mausoleum which is a set of tall ruins. Carved into the hillside is the jail where Socrates was held in…
Filopappou hill is a hill of Athens, located opposite and southwest of the Acropolis. It is connected with the hills of the Observatory (Nymphs hill) and Pnyx. At its top is the monument to Philopappos, erected by the high Philopappos during the Roman period and named after the hill.
Views of Athens & the Acropolis attract hikers to this small peak with an ancient monument.
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“Set aside a full morning or the Acropolis museum and immerse yourself in history. Note: I would recommend going to the Parthenon on a different day; if you are tired you won't enjoy one of the two.”
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“The Ancient Agora of Athens: The Ancient Agora, one of the most important sites of the Greek capital, is located on the northwest of the Acropolis, between the neighborhoods of Thission and Monastiraki. A large area with ancient ruins and much greenery, the Ancient Agora was the center of Athens in the antiquity, the place where political gatherings and juries would take place.”
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“the National Garden, at Zappeion, which is next to the Parliament, is a nice way to wind down and take a walk among the trees. (Syntagma Station). ”
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“you can visit the Archaeological Museum, which is located near Omonoia, at Patission St., which is a more specialized venue, beyond the typical sight-seen.”
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