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Philopappos Hill, Athens Greece
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Unique Sailing Experience from Athens to Agistri, Moni, and Aegina
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Unique Sailing Experience from Athens to Agistri, Moni, and Aegina

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Set sail along the Saronic Gulf during a full-day boat tour from Athens. Climb aboard a traditional wooden boat and admire views during the trip to visit the islands of Agistri, Moni, and Aegina. Jump off the boat to go swimming, relax on the sun deck, and discover underwater marine life with provided snorkeling equipment. A Greek lunch and drinks are included.
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Gillian Mulvany wrote a review Nov 2020
New York City, New York5 contributions
Must visit and step on the same ground where Athenians assembly took place 2500years ago and see the stone speaker’s platform. Not many tourists know about this place, I learned all about it during the Hellas Revival democracy workshop. The place is calm and peaceful with an amazing view of Athens and Acropolis. I took wonderful photos. Tip: Wear comfortable shoes, and bring water with you.
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Date of experience: November 2020
Vitor Pereira wrote a review Oct 2020
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Must visit! Why? Because you will be on the place where democracy was born and the public assembly met and voted. We had the Hellas Revival democracy workshop on Pnyx and the whole experience was absolutely inspiring! We discovered why democracy was born at that place and in that particular times and how it was actually perfomed, and we voted using the same materials as the ancients did. Can you imagine doing that on the exact same ground? Plus the entrance is free Plus it is very beautiful hill with direct view of Acropolis, we took great pics.
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Date of experience: October 2020
permia wrote a review Apr 2020
Ireland36,519 contributions1,604 helpful votes
It was marvellous to see the Speaker's Platform where statesmen such as Themistocles, Pericles and Demosthenes gave orations to the assembled democratic crowds. At its zenith up to 6,000 citizens gathered here numerous times a year to listen to policy arguments and then vote to accept or reject. This was via different coloured objects that were dropped into a container and then counted. Also to be seen are foundation remnants of the vast Themistoclean Wall that was built as an Athenian defence following the Persian invasions and defeats of 490 and 480 BC.
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Date of experience: March 2020
emjosn wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom37 contributions2 helpful votes
A bit of a hike up the hill, but a great view of the acropolis (and the rest of Athens too if you continue to the top). The location of the stage for speakers and those listening is now more an open area with a couple of walls, but for me well with the visit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
TomFarhias wrote a review Feb 2020
Kongsberg, Norway502 contributions79 helpful votes
Coming down from the top of the hill we passed and spend some minutes at the Pnyx. The stage where people were talking is still visible but not many more around. The view to the Acropolis is another good one, but you will have better ones if you climb towards the top.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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