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gentbrugg wrote a review Jul 2019
Moscow2,305 contributions591 helpful votes
If you approach formally, it is the second most important attraction of Athens - in terms of the features of this ancient policy. First - the Pnyx, where was holding people's Assembly, to which in ancient Athens belonged  the decisive role in rule. Bule is the council that prepared the agenda and draft decisions for this people's Assembly. These two institutions of power in Athens, which gave democracy to the world. The Acropolis with the Parthenon, Byzantine churches and everything else, without which it is difficult to imagine the appearance of Athens, still cannot representsuch  its contribution to the history of  human civilization,that gave these two unremarkable today sites.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Manuela L wrote a review Jan 2018
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg7,113 contributions2,631 helpful votes
Nice to walk here in this part of Agora, many ruins, nice path and great views; it was an administrative and trade center of Athens and are today sacred ruins, it seems the past never dead.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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SimplyFred wrote a review Dec 2017
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom1,009 contributions299 helpful votes
This was the council , senate or assembly building which apparently dated back to 500BC. It had basic bench seating for around 500 representatives. It was in the Athenian Agora and payout can see the temple of Hefeastus in the background
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Date of experience: November 2017
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daqattaq wrote a review Jul 2017
Fort Wayne, Indiana861 contributions233 helpful votes
Hard to always disseminate but if you look closely and walk around the area you can make out the artifacts. Part of the Agora which is a must see.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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David L wrote a review Jul 2016
Birmingham, United Kingdom220 contributions68 helpful votes
A Walk through history part of the agora included in the multi ticket from the Acropolis imagination required
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Date of experience: July 2016
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