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Athens is the city that brought the world Democracy, Philosophy, Theater, and the first Academy of Arts and Sciences.
There can be no objective description for Athens— only subjective impressions, as the multi-faceted city manifests itself differently to each visitor or citizen. Some focus on the mismanagement, or lack of infrastructure; others...
The main port of Attiki and the country's largest, Piraeus has been used as a port since ancient times due to its geographical shape. It is also considered to be the largest natural harbor in Europe. Its docks have seen and been touched by all eras of Greek history. Here the farewell whenever the Athenian fleet set out; here the welcome of the...
The silver mines of Lavrio have been in operation since ancient times. Reworked in the early 20th century by French and Greek companies, but mainly for mining lead, manganese and cadmium. In our time the old complex of buildings, serving the facilities of the past, have been converted into modern exhibition halls hosting various events. In the...
The second port connecting Attiki with the islands of the Aegean, it is a highly developed coastal settlement. For many years, Athenians used it as a summer vacation resort. With the development of the city of Athens, many now have permanent residences there, breathing life into the village throughout the year.
A quiet village in winter, flooded with people in the summer, since many residents of the capital have their summer houses there. From Oropos there is a ferry to the city of Eretria located just opposite, on the island of Evvia (Euboeia).
In a small valley six kilometers southwest of Oropos one can visit the archaeological site of Amphiareion....