Attractions & Sightseeing In Athens
There are quite a few archaeological sites in and around Athens, most of which are concentrated around the Acropolis rock, while others, scattered throughout the ancient city of Athens, testify to the long and important presence of the city throughout the history of Greece.
The Acropolis may be the most significant monument of the western world, but the visitor of Athens should also make a point of visiting the Temple of the Olympian Zeus, the Temple of Hephaestos, the markets of the Ancient and the later Roman-Era Agora, the Stoa of Attalos, Hadrian's Arch and Library, but also The Tower of the Winds which is considered to be the oldest known meteorological center of the world, the Herodeon odeon and theater, or even follow the footsteps of St. Paul the Apostle along the Pnyx and Apostolou Pavlou pedestrian street.
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