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Pandmadventures stayed here on May 28, 2014 during their trip titled: Pandmadventures's Great Adventure.
... amazing thing is, there's barely a straight line in it. Almost every inch is at a small slant in order to make the building look bigger. These inch-differences make it curved ever so slightly in the middle, like a cigar. The building is eight columns wide by seventeen columns long, and each of them are inclined inwards by about two inches. Within the building was a wood statue of Athena, covered in gold and ivory ...
... Monastiraki district where we found a treasure trove of all things imaginable. At Monastiraki we found the markets up against the green iron fences of the excavations relating to the Roman Agora, Hadrian’s library, and a few other yet unnamed bits of archaeological bliss. As the evening turned these markets turned into tavernas and we had to turn down the polite invitations of the restaurateurs as we made our way to the hotel. Sean bought our ...
Many centuries have come and gone since the Athenians ascended the Acropolis to seek the guidance and protection of Athena, the maiden goddess of wisdom, war and divine intelligence. Her status as the favorite daughter of Zeus, and powerful patron deity of the city of Athens, remains evident to this day.
Expecting to be mostly drawn to the Theatre of Dionysus Eleuthereus, when I ...
... that was carved thousands of years ago. Some of the buildings were being restored and covered in scaffolding but it was still amazing. Great view over Athens as well. During our time in Athens, we also visited the Acropolis Museum which was free as well, it's a new building with archeological digs below glass floors and beautiful vistas of the Acropolis from large windows. We went to the Athens ...