Athens is one of the oldest cities in the world and shines with its well-preserved ancient historical landmarks. The city attracts millions of international tourists every year not only with its unique historical landmarks but as well as its vibrant social life, cultural heritage and delicious cuisine.
The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel with dozens of historical buildings such as the Parthenon, the Propylaia, the Erechtheion, and the Temple of Athena that exhibits great architectural and historical importance. The Acropolis and its monuments are globally known as the pillars of classical thought and civilization. The Acropolis of Athens is located in the heart of the city.
National Archaeological Museum is the most visited museum of Athens with thousands of artifacts that are ranging from prehistoric times to late antiquity. The museum is located in the city center and walking distance away from the Acropolis of Athens.
Church of the Holy Apostles Athens was built in the late 10th century and also known as “Holy Apostles of Solaki”. The church is known for its exceptional architecture and is located next to the Acropolis of Athens.
Temple of Olympian Zeus is a distinctive Athens landmark and was completed in the 2nd century. The Temple of Olympian Zeus used to have 104 pillars but only 15 remain standing. The ancient landmark is located walking distance away from the city center.
“Agora” in Ancient Greek means “open place of assembly” and Ancient Agora of Athens was built in the 6th century BC as a commercial center and gathering place. There are numerous sculptures, historical artifacts, ancient temples and a museum in the Ancient Agora of Athens.
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