Monthly Archives: January 2014

Athens Festival

The “Hellenic Festival”  was established in 1998 for the organisation of music, theatre, and other cultural events, books publication and audiovisual production.   Until 2005, Hellenic Festival events were staged at the following venues: the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, the

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Athens Thissio (Thiseio)

Thissio station of “Metro line 1” was named after the Athens distrit called Thisseion or Thisseio. The area took its name from the nearby ancient temple of Hephaestus , who was known as Thisio . This is a very old

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Athens: Keramikos METRO station (Line 3)

Keramikos METRO station ( Line 3) of the Athens Metro blue line. Keramikos is an area of Athens in NW of Acropolis. It is an extensive area inside and outside the ancient city walls where many pottery workshops used to

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Athens Monastiraki Metro station (Line 1 & Line 3)

Monastiraki literally little monastery is a flea market neighborhood in the old town of Athens  and one of the principal shopping districts in Athens. The area is home to clothing boutiques, souvenir shops, and specialty stores, and is a major

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City of Athens

Athens as the most southern capital of Europe has also a very good climate.

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See Athens by METRO

Discover Athens by METRO!  Visit all world famous ancient sights of the city and many more tourist attractions close to the center of Athens. Use to organize your city break in Athens. This section is for city’s newcomers, recommending

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Athens Panepistimio Metro Station

The old building of the University of Athens  situated in Panepistimiou Street is one of the most elegant buildings of Athens, together with the building of the National Library and the Academy of Athens. Those three buildings, “Athens Trilogy” were

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Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Herodion)

Odeon of Herodes Atticus, widely also known as Herodion, is situated under Acropolis with entrance from the pedestrian street of Dionysius Areopagite. As part of the Athens Festival every summer there are several performances at the Herodion. The feeling of

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Athens: Omonia Square

Omonia Square Plateía Omonoías Concord Square, often simply referred to as Omónia, is a central square of Athens. It marks the northern corner of the downtown area defined by the city plans of the 19th century, and is one of

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Athens Acropolis Museum

Athens METRO is the best way to reach the Acropolis Museum . ACROPOLIS Metro Station is next to the museum as you can see in the photo. Entrance Public entrance at Dionysiou Areopagitou Street. Entrance for groups at Mitseon Street.

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