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  • Acropolis (0,5 km / 0,3 miles)

    The Acropolis (edge of the city / citadel) has been mainly utilized as a religious and residential district as well as the stronghold of the city of ancient Athens... More about Acropolis

  • Hadrian Arch (0,2 km / 0,1 miles)

    After the construction of the temple of Zeus the Athenians honored Hadrian by building, in AD 131 an arched gateway in the north-west corner of the enclosure of the temple.... More about Hadrian Arch

  • The New Acropolis Museum (0,3 km / 0,2 miles)

    The Acropolis Museum is an archaeological museum focused on the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens. The museum was built to house every artifact found on the rock and on its feet, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece. Acropolis Museum

  • Herodes Atticus Theatre (0,5 km / 0,3 miles)

    Herodes Atticus (A.D. 101-177) was a Greek rhetorician, philosopher, teacher and was elected archon (ruler) of Athens. He was also a very wealthy man... More about Herodes Atticus Theatre

  • Temple of Zeus (0,3 km / 0,2 miles)

    According to the traveller Pausanias, the temple of Olympian Zeus was founded by Deucalion, one of the mythical ancestors of the Greeks... More about Zeus Temple

  • Ancient Agora (0,7 km / 0,4 miles)

    The site that would later be called the Agora had been inhabited since the late Neolithic period (3000 B.C.) and used as a residential area and a burial ground... More about Ancient Agora

  • Roman Agora (0,5 km / 0,3 miles)

    The Roman agora was the centre of commercial activity of the city during Roman Times. It was constructed between 19 and 11 B.C. by the Roman Emperor Augustus to .... More about Roman Agora

  • Panathinaikon Stadium (0,7 km / 0,4 miles)

    The area of the Panathinaikon stadium was originally a natural ground cavity, by the Illisus River... Panathinaikon Stadium

  • Greek Parliament (0,7 km / 0,4 miles)

    In the year 1833, Greece’s capital city was moved from Nauplion were it had previously been for 3 years after the declaration of Independence of the country, to Athens... Greek Parliament

  • National Gardens (0,5 km / 0,3 miles)

    One of the most visited places of Athens by both tourists and Athenians is the National Garden. Situated close to the Parliament, the Garden was created in 1839.... National Gardens

  • Philopappou Hill (1 km / 0,7 miles)

    Also known as the Hill of the Muses. With a view from the Saronic Gulf to the Mountains of Immitos and Parnitha. The best view of the Acropolis with a clear and full picture of the Parthenon! Philopappou Hill

  • Monasteraki (0,7 km / 0,4 miles)

    It is one of the most characteristic quarters of the old Athens, with narrow and winding lanes and small buildings that date back to Byzantine and Ottoman period. There are many craft shops selling almost everything, from bronze objects to musical instruments, furniture to shoes. Monasteraki

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