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Somewhere between Greek mythology and philosophy, the area of Attica (Attiki in Greek), which holds today’s cities of Athens and Piraeus but also numerous splendid attractions and serene hamlets, was dubbed as the best place on earth to live in. Indeed many Athenians consider themselves lucky to be living in this city and most expatriates sing its praises. The area has one of the best climates on earth and the bluest skies ever, pollution aside.

To be fair, Greece has worked greatly on its pollution problems since the 1980s and the quality of life in colourful Attica has improved significantly. The region is also a quick springboard for many close-by destinations and islands, such as Aegina, Andros, Angistri, Hydra, Kea and Poros. On the mainland itself, attractions such as Cape Sounion, Vravrona, Elefsina, Marathon Lake, Mount Imittos and Mount Parnitha are astounding in their nature, activities and discovery.

The two big cities and surrounding areas host little eateries, shops, traditional hotels and many organisations that encourage sustainability, both locally and further-out regions. Browse through each area to uncover the ‘Eleusinian mysteries’ and so many others in the province of Attica…

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Aiakeion Patisserie, Aegina Town

It is located right on the waterfront and offering several creative spins featuring the nut including Fistikato made with pistachio paste, caramel and whole pistachios as well as Fistikini including powdered sugar, chopped pistachios and pomegranate juice. Also available are pistachio ‘spoon sweets’ and pistachio liqueur.

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Hiking in Mount Parnitha

There is a lack of landmarks for the 75 hiking paths on this mountain, but there is a guide called Footpaths of Mt. Parnitha and map by Road Editions that outline these hikes well.

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Kolona

Despite its close proximity to the port, you’ll feel worlds apart at this pleasant organized beach below the archaeological site of Kolona. The green trees which line the coast and the mesmerizing shades of the blue sea offer the perfect setting for those who prefer to stay close to the town.

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Koutouki Cave

The most well-known cave on Hymettus is Koutouki cave in Peania which hosts guided tours. Sadly, too much lighting and human presence has degraded the natural characteristics of the cave.

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Perdika

The fishing village of Perdika is a popular resort with a rocky beach which is accessed by a series of rocky steps and backed by trees. There are several seafood tavernas and cafes along the waterfront and the beach is organized with umbrellas and trees. Perdika is located 9 kilometers south of Aegina Town.

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Route 1: Profitis Ilias to the harbor

This uphill journey begins from Hydra Town harbor and meanders its way up the island’s highest point, a hill where the monastery of Profitis Ilias lies. You’ll need to follow the town’s main street (Miaoulis). Past the horse stables, a road with three lanes and lined with trees, leading to the Church of Agios Konstantinos. Instead of reaching the church, take the first left (almost a U turn) upwards and follow along until you notice a vague trail veering off towards the left.

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Spilia, Hydroneta and Avlaki, Hydra

Though technically not beaches, these three spots offer a place to swim not far off from Hydra town. A ladder leads the way into the water from the rocky coast.

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Imittos

The closest and largest birdwatching locale in the city is the mountain of Hymettus or Imittos in Greek. It is about 20 km long and 1026 km high, offering a great location to hike and spot birds.

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Mt. Lycabettus

Also noteworthy is Lycabettus or Likavitos Hill in Athens almost in the centre of town. In addition to great views of the port of Piraeus and all of Athens, a rocky area on top attracts many rock-loving birds. You might see a Bunting, Chaffinch, Great Tit, Sardinian Warbler and many more.

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Mt. Parnitha

This is the highest peak near Athens towering at 1,400 meters. Past the cable car station at the upper elevations in the mornings and evenings is bound to reveal the most birds. You could spot a Coal Tit, Firecrest, Flycatcher, Great Tit, Jay, Magpie, Sardinian Warbler, Western Rock Nuthatch and more.

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Mt. Penteli

While often plagued by forest fires in summer, the elevation of upto 1,100 meters on its eastern slopes may reveal several species of birds. These include Hooded Cirl Buntings, Crows, Jays, Red-backed Shrikes, Sparrow Hawks, Western Rock Nuthatches.

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Schinias

This area was revamped during the Olympic games, creating rowing lakes. The trees near the beach, including large confiers, a creek and some greenery have attracted birds here.

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Koutouki Cave

The most well-known cave on Hymettus is Koutouki cave in Peania which hosts guided tours. Sadly, too much lighting and human presence has degraded the natural characteristics of the cave.

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Pit of Sykia, Vari, Mount Hymettus

On the southeast side of Hymettus near the area of Vari, this open precipice impresses you with its mouth and runs 20 meters deep. Speleologists practice climbing up and down over here.

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Aiakeion Patisserie, Aegina Town

It is located right on the waterfront and offering several creative spins featuring the nut including Fistikato made with pistachio paste, caramel and whole pistachios as well as Fistikini including powdered sugar, chopped pistachios and pomegranate juice. Also available are pistachio ‘spoon sweets’ and pistachio liqueur.

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Aegina Town – Kondos – Paleohora

One of the most unique routes is form Aegina to the fascinating site of Paleohora. It’s about seven kilometers and of low-medium difficulty. Along the way you’ll pass numerous churches and bypass the magnificent Agios Nectarios. Turn left at the village of Kondos the route begins an incline you move northward. You’ll finally arrive to a hillside dotted with old deserted churches and buildings. This is Palaiohora and it is a fascinating place to wander around and explore.

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Anitseou – Mt. Hellanios-Paxia Rachi

Another more challenging hike is through the precipitous south central region of the island. You can start your hike at the village of Anitseou and continue northwestern until you reach another road to your left. Turn here and go on until you see signs leading to the site of Ellanios (Hellanios) Zeus, a ruined temple to the god at the top of Mt. Ellanios (commonly referred to as Oros). The hike is approximately 4 kilometers, of medium difficulty and the views from the summit are phenomenal.

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Hiking in Mount Parnitha

There is a lack of landmarks for the 75 hiking paths on this mountain, but there is a guide called Footpaths of Mt. Parnitha and map by Road Editions that outline these hikes well.

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Hiking in Sounion National Park

Right outside Agios Konstantinos (Kamarizas) on the way to the church of Agia Triada is Chaos, a unique geological phenomenon in Attica. It is a large round gulch with a perimeter of roughly 500 meters and a depth of 70 meters.

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Hiking in Ymittos (also Imittos or Hymettus)

Mount Hymettus is famous for its thyme-scented honey. It is covered with beautiful pine forest, impressive caves, historic monasteries and many marked footpaths, just a five or ten minute drive from downtown Athens.

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Paxia Rachi – Kapotides – Marathonas

Another option from Paxia Rachi is to head directly westward towards the coast. The road zigzags and you have the choice of heading northwards towards the small settlement of Kapotides or bypass and and continue on towards the seaside resort of Marathonas. This route is easy and covers 2 – 2.5 kilometers depending on whether or not you make the trek to Kapotides.

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Paxia Rachi – Tsikides – Aegina

From Paxia Rachi you can exit the village heading northeast until you hit the main road again. Turn left here and you’ll pass the village of Tsikides and through plains and pistachio groves. Until you arrive in Aegina town. The route difficulty is easy-medium and covers approximately 7 kilometers.

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Route 1: Profitis Ilias to the harbor

This uphill journey begins from Hydra Town harbor and meanders its way up the island’s highest point, a hill where the monastery of Profitis Ilias lies. You’ll need to follow the town’s main street (Miaoulis). Past the horse stables, a road with three lanes and lined with trees, leading to the Church of Agios Konstantinos. Instead of reaching the church, take the first left (almost a U turn) upwards and follow along until you notice a vague trail veering off towards the left.

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Route 2: Zourvas Monastery to the Lighthouse

This is one of Hydra’s most challenging yet beautiful trails. It takes a while, so plenty of water and snacks are ideal. Due to difficult signage and overall difficulty, it is highly recommended that you take the water taxi to the monastery and begin your hike from there, rather than arduously trying to reach it and being exhausted before the real route even begins!

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Route 3: Hydra Town to Episkopi

This is a great path to take in the warmer months, as it’s the flattest of all three and it passes several beaches along the way. Leave Hydra Town by following the coast towards the coastal hamlet of Kamini, and once you reach its beach, continue along the dirt road to Vlihos.

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Aeginitissa

The small village of Aeginitissa on the the west coast is located 3 kilometers north of Perdika on the coastal road which leads to Aegina town. The beach is sandy and set in a lovely cove surrounded by trees. There are umbrellas and sun loungers available and the sunsets here are some of the best on the island.

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Agia Marina

The popular package resort of Agia Marina along the Eastern coast has a nice beach but during July and August you’re more likely to drown in the crowds on the beach than in the water. The beach does offer a variety of marine activities such as windsurfing, canoeing and paddle boating, however its best to avoid this beach outside the high season.

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Agios Nikolaos beach, Hydra

This beautiful beach features clear, blue waters and is partially organized. You can reach it by boats which leave from the harbor. It’s located on the island’s southwest side.

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Bisti beach, Hydra

Within Hydra’s most northwestern gulf lies the beach of Bitsi, with blue-green waters and several pine trees. The beach is accessible by boat.

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Kaoumithi beach, Hydra

This pristine beach lies in the northwestern section of the island, with pine trees surrounding its turquoise waters, and offering bathers calm and serenity.

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Kolona

Despite its close proximity to the port, you’ll feel worlds apart at this pleasant organized beach below the archaeological site of Kolona. The green trees which line the coast and the mesmerizing shades of the blue sea offer the perfect setting for those who prefer to stay close to the town.

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Limnioniza beach, Hydra

The beach of Limnioniza can be found along Hydra’s southeastern coast and can be reached by foot along a trail. It isn’t organized and doesn’t offer any natural shade, so bring an umbrella if you plan on staying a while.

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Marathonas

The Bay of Marathonas is backed by greenery and has a few beaches along its coast ranging from sandy to very rocky. Some parts are organized and popular while others are more remote. Various marine activities such as kayaking are available here and the shops along the beach rent equipment.

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Molos beach, Hydra

In the northeastern section Hydra, this beach offers bathers deep blue waters and blissful views of the opposite islet of Kivotos.

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Moni Islet

This small island adjacent from Perdika has a beach more stunning than any of the beaches on Aegina. A small boat leaves from Perdika several times a day to ferry people back and forth. The beach is comprised of find blond sand and the waters around it range from emerald green to cobalt. Hiking is also enjoyed on the island.

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Palamidas beach, Hydra

Deep within a gulf just northwest of Hydra’s main harbor, this small beach is a great place to relax and enjoy its crystal clear waters. It’s right next to the Voulgari Mansion.

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Perdika

The fishing village of Perdika is a popular resort with a rocky beach which is accessed by a series of rocky steps and backed by trees. There are several seafood tavernas and cafes along the waterfront and the beach is organized with umbrellas and trees. Perdika is located 9 kilometers south of Aegina Town.

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Portes

If you continue south on the coastal road from Agia Marina, you will soon arrive in the charming fishing village of Portes. Its small pebble beach along with the community itself is one of Aegina’s best kept secrets. For most of the year you can have it all to yourself and even in the summer you won’t be sharing it with many others. It isn’t organized so bring an umbrella and water.

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Souvala

Swimming in Souvala is done via its rocky beach, backed by tavernas and cafes along the waterfront. The beach is organized with umbrellas and lounge chairs and is popular with Greek tourists in the summer. Just a kilometre east of town are thermal springs at Therma. They are believed to help with various health problems such as rheumatism and dermatological problems.

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Spilia, Hydroneta and Avlaki, Hydra

Though technically not beaches, these three spots offer a place to swim not far off from Hydra town. A ladder leads the way into the water from the rocky coast.

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Vagia

Continuing eastward along the coastal road brings you to the small resort of Vagia. It’s a calm and pleasant village with an excellent sandy beach (arguably one of the island’s best) and there are chairs and umbrellas available in a section of the beach. However if you venture on, you’ll probably find a patch all to yourself.

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Aiakeion Patisserie, Aegina Town

It is located right on the waterfront and offering several creative spins featuring the nut including Fistikato made with pistachio paste, caramel and whole pistachios as well as Fistikini including powdered sugar, chopped pistachios and pomegranate juice. Also available are pistachio ‘spoon sweets’ and pistachio liqueur.

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Hiking in Mount Parnitha

There is a lack of landmarks for the 75 hiking paths on this mountain, but there is a guide called Footpaths of Mt. Parnitha and map by Road Editions that outline these hikes well.

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Kolona

Despite its close proximity to the port, you’ll feel worlds apart at this pleasant organized beach below the archaeological site of Kolona. The green trees which line the coast and the mesmerizing shades of the blue sea offer the perfect setting for those who prefer to stay close to the town.

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Koutouki Cave

The most well-known cave on Hymettus is Koutouki cave in Peania which hosts guided tours. Sadly, too much lighting and human presence has degraded the natural characteristics of the cave.

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Perdika

The fishing village of Perdika is a popular resort with a rocky beach which is accessed by a series of rocky steps and backed by trees. There are several seafood tavernas and cafes along the waterfront and the beach is organized with umbrellas and trees. Perdika is located 9 kilometers south of Aegina Town.

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Route 1: Profitis Ilias to the harbor

This uphill journey begins from Hydra Town harbor and meanders its way up the island’s highest point, a hill where the monastery of Profitis Ilias lies. You’ll need to follow the town’s main street (Miaoulis). Past the horse stables, a road with three lanes and lined with trees, leading to the Church of Agios Konstantinos. Instead of reaching the church, take the first left (almost a U turn) upwards and follow along until you notice a vague trail veering off towards the left.

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Spilia, Hydroneta and Avlaki, Hydra

Though technically not beaches, these three spots offer a place to swim not far off from Hydra town. A ladder leads the way into the water from the rocky coast.

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Acropolis Museum

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Historic Archives – Museum of Hydra

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Monastery of Agios Nikolaos

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Temple of Aphaia

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The Archaeological Museum, Kolona

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Acharnian Gate of the Ancient Athens Wall

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Acropolis, Athens

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Amphiareion, North Attica

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Cave Sanctuary of Pan

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Elefsina (Eleusis)

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Greek Agora in Plaka

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Hadrian’s Arch, Downtown Athens

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Kerameikos, Athens

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Kolona

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Lysicrates Monument, Plaka area

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Marathon Warriors’ Tomb, Marathonas

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Monastiraki Metro Display

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Odeon of Herod Atticus, Acropolis

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Panathenaic stadium (Kalimarmaro)

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Philoppapou Monument Hill

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Pnyx hill

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Ramnous (Kato Souli, near Marathon coast)

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Roman Agora, Athens

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Roman Agora, Hadrian’s Library

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Roman Bath, Amalias Avenue

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Temple of Aphaia

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Temple of Apollo

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Temple of Hephaestus, Thisseo

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Temple of Olympian Zeus

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Temple of Poseidon, Sounion

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Temple of Zeus

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Tower of the winds/ Aerides, Plaka area

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Underground ruins, Kotzia Square

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Vravrona, near Markopoulo/Porto Rafti

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Aegosthenes Fortress, Porto Germeno

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Cave of Leontari, Mount Hymettus

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Pit of Asteriou Monastery

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Pit of Megalos Pyrgos, Mount Hymettus

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Agia Evpraxias Monastery

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Agios Nectarios

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Church of Agioi Anargyroi, Athens

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Church of Faneromeni

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Church of Ipapanti

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Church of Profitis Ilias

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Church of St. Catherine, Plaka

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Church of St. John the Theologian, Athens

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Church of Panagia Chrysokastriotissa, Athens

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Church of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary

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Monastery of Agios Nikolaos

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Monastery of Profitis Ilias

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Monastery of the Virgin Mary Xrisoleontissa

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St. Nicholas of the Poorhouse, Downtown Athens

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The Church of Agios Konstantinos

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The Churches of Palaiohora

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The Monastery of Agia Triada

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Bath House of the Winds, Plaka

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Beth Shalom Synagogue

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Commonwealth War Cemetery

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First Cemetery of Athens

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Lighthouse of Zourvas

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Mosque of the Conquerors’ Victory, Plaka

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Municipal Market of Athens, Athinas Street

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National Observatory

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Old House of Parliament

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Old National University of Athens

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Rafalias Pharmacy

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Statue of Adonis Oikonomos

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Statue of Andreas Miaoulis

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Statue of Antonios Kriezi

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Statue of Nicolas Jorge

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Syntagma Square, Central Athens

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Technopolis, Gazi

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The Cathedral

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The Eunardios School of Teaching

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The Government House

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The Orphanage

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The Tower of Markello

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Tomb of Pavlos Koundouriotis

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Windmills, Hydra

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Zappeion

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Acropolis Museum

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Archaeological Museum of Eleusis, Elefsina

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Archaeological Museum of Megara

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Athens Railway Museum, Sepolia

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Benaki Islamic Art Museum

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Benaki Museum, Downtown Athens

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Byzantine and Christian Museum, Downtown

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Ecclesiastic and Byzantine Museum

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Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art, Downtown

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Historic Archives – Museum of Hydra

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Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, Acropolis

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Jewish Museum, Plaka

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Mansions, Hydra

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Marathon Archaeological Museum, Vranas

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Mineralogical Museum, Lavrion

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Museum of Diachronic Art

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Museum of Greek Popular Musical Instruments

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Museum of the Ancient Agora

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National Archaeological Museum, Viktoria Metro

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National Historical Museum, Downtown Athens

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Numismatic Museum

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Postal & Philatelic Museum

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Rafalias Pharmacy

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Tactual Museum

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The Archaeological Museum, Kolona

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The Christos Kapralos Museum, Kolona

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The Folklore Museum, Aegina Town

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The Museum at 22 Panos str., Plaka

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Mount Hymettus (Imittos)

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Mount Parnitha

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Sounio National Park

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Vravrona

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Acropolis Museum

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Historic Archives – Museum of Hydra

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Monastery of Agios Nikolaos

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Rafalias Pharmacy

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Temple of Aphaia

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The Archaeological Museum, Kolona

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Hellenic Wildlife Hospital (EKPAZ)

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