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Today, pictures from valued commenter otmar.
Two weeks after my trip to Oslo I flew in the opposite direction from my home base in Vienna, to Athens (not Georgia, but the original one in Greece).
This was a business trip, too, and again I managed to fit in a few sight-seeing walks into the schedule.
Here are pictures from the first evening: a stroll around the Acropolis.
North tip of the Acropolis. We’re continuing on the west side in counter-clock direction.
A view towards Mount Lycabettus
It’s getting dark, but the temple of Hephaistos is lit up.
I was far from the only tourist at Areopagus hill that night. No wonder: the view towards the lit Acropolis is very nice.
We then walked to Monument Philopappos, SW of the Acropolis, now we can finally see the Parthenon.
(sorry about the quality of the picture, but this is just a hand-held smartphone)
Passing the Acropolis on the east side, we’re close to the Parthenon.
This is Hadrian’s Gate, next to the Olympieion, the site of the historic Olympic Games.
Thank you so much otmar, do send us more when you can.
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