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Losing Our Marbles

If one looks east across the grey rooftops of Athens, it is impossible to miss an island of green trees and yellowed rock that rises above the flat city. 1,772 more words

History

Athens Two Night Stop Over

To avoid the expense of parking a car at the airport during our extended breaks in Crete we take a coach from our Wiltshire home town to Heathrow, so our preferred route to/from Heraklion is via  403 more words

Yvonne Payne

#WisdomTales 29May15 : Destiny...

#WisdomTales 29May15 : Destiny…

A merchant in Baghdad sent his servant on an errand to the bazaar and the man came back white with fear and trembling. 220 more words

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Athens

Once we had returned from Kefalonia we headed straight for Athens, it was a week before our flight back to the UK for christmas so we found the campsite that we would be leaving momo in and spent a few days seeing the sights (and what impressive sights they are – the Acropolis is fabulous and the new museum nearby is a great accompaniment. 32 more words

Europe

Toga Anyone? We're in Athens!

Welcome to Greece, the land of beautiful sunny beaches…

except in March, when there is a lot of rain. That just meant that we would spend less time at beaches and more time at ruins…and there are plenty of them. 1,101 more words

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Athens, cont'd.

This morning we visited the Acropolis Museum, opened to the public in 2009.

The Acropolis Museum (Greek: Μουσείο Ακρόπολης, Mouseio Akropolis) is an archaeological museum focused on the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens.

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Bible History And Geography

Free Admission at the Acropolis Museum on March 25

On the occasion of the Greek National Holiday on Wednesday March 25, the Acropolis Museum in Athens has announced free admission and access to special events. 253 more words