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Athens Real Estate

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Apartment for sale in Kallithea center close to metro

Apartment for sale in Kallithea close to HONDOS center. 42 sq.m., ground floor, interior, 3 rooms, construction ’74, with large bathroom, central heating, air conditioning, security door, free, suitable for professional use . Ideal for students near Harokopion University, excellent

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The Sanctuary of Asclepios – The Doric Stoa of Athens Acropolis

The Asclepieion, the sanctuary of the god Asclepios and his daughter Hygieia, the personification of “Health”, is located to the west of the Theatre of Dionysos, between the Peripatos, the ancient road which surrounded the Acropolis rock itself. The Sanctuary

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Athens Acropolis photo gallery

The Acropolis of Athens is situated on a rocky hill at a height of 156 meters above sea level, while the height of the hill is 70 meters higher than the average level of the city. At the top of

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North and South slope in the Acropolis of Athens

The Slopes of the Acropolis have been inhabited from prehistoric times on, mainly because of the existence of the springs. During archaic and classical times this area became an intellectual, cultural and religious center of major importance for life in

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Stoa of Eumenes in the Acropolis of Athens

The Stoa of Eumenes is placed between the Theatre of Dionysos and the Odeion of Herodes Atticus, aling the Peripatos (the ancient road around the Acropolis). The king of Pergamon, Eumenes II, donated this Stoa to the Athenian city, during

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Theater of Dionysos – The Stage Building (Acropolis of Athens)

Of the three sections of the ancient theater (orchestra, cavea and stage building), the stage building is most closely connected with the evolution of theatrical creation. During the approximately thousand years that the theater of Dionysos in the Acropolis of

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The Monument of Agrippa in the Acropolis of Athens

The tall pedestal west of the Propylaia, which originally supported a bronze lifi-size quadriga, belongs to the monument dedicated by the Athenians to Marcus vipsanius Agrippa, son-in-law and general of the Roman Emperor Octavian Augustus. Agrippa was a benefactor of

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The statue of Athena Promachos in the Acropolis of Athens

The colossal bronze sratue of Athena, known as Athena Promachos, dominated in the area between the Propylaia and the Erechteion, to the left of the visitor walking along the processional way of the Acropolis. It was made by the renowned

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The Chalkotheke in the Acropolis of Athens

Attached to the east side of the sanctuary of Artemis Brauronia, in the Acropolis of Athens, lies the foundation of the Chalkotheke, a large rectangular building (43X 20 m) with a Doric portico along the facade which was erected soon

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