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Greek history & culture

Acropolis is called every city or town built on the top of a hill or on a high ground level. The word derives from the Greek “acropolis” and is a composition of two other words: “acro” – that means edge – and “polis” – that means city. However, when we talk about THE Acropolis, we always refer to the Acropolis of Athens, the famous navel where the Ancient Greek spirit was nurtured and illuminated the track of the western civilization.

Are you planning to visit Greece for its staggering ancient history and culture but you don’t know which archaeological sites you should add to your schedule and which ones you should leave for your next trip to Greece? Well, to be honest, there are many important archaeological sites in Greece and you probably need to have more than 2 trips to visit all of them!

Here is a list of the most important archaeological sites which are maintained regularly and definitely worth your time! Athens may well be the cradle of Democracy and has many important archeological sites, but there are also other places in Greece which host must-see archeological gems.

If you are one of those who love observing the buildings while walking the streets of a new place, this list will be more than useful to you! There are numerous remarkable buildings in Athens, but you have to know where to find them. So, here is a list of 15 outstanding buildings in our cityand we really believe that anyone who visits them and learns about their history gets to know with the story of the city. Buildings reveal much about the history of Athens. Just keep in mind that they are the oldest “citizens”; and most of the times, the old ones are those who know the greatest secrets!

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