Stray cats are popular in Athens and also stroll around the historic ruins of the city along with tourists.
Seafarer/Blogger/Traveller Rudolph.A.Furtado at the “Dimotiki Agora(Public Market) of Athens.
“Odeon of Herodes Atticus ” :- Built in 161 A.D and restored in 1950 this theater located on the South West Slope of Acropolis is now a venue for music concerts with a seating capacity for 5000 people. Some of the World’s top music and theatre artists have performed at this venue which also hosts the annual “Athens Festival”.
View of the planted roofs of “National library of Greece”,,Greek National Opera ” and “Parking Buildings” from “”Lighthouse Path” of the “SNFCC(Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre)” in Athens :- Designed by architectural firm “Renzo Piano Building workshop” the “SNFCC” was constructed through a grant by the “Stavros Niarchos Foundation” and completed in 2016.It was delivered to the Greek State in 2017 and is modern architectural wonder of Europe and the World.It houses the “National library of Greece” and the “Greek National Opera”.In November 2016 ,the SNFCC achieved the highest award for sustainable design and construction ,the “Platinum LEED” award given for its innovative architecture and green technology.
A view of one of the most popular tourist places in Athens.
On the Acropolis hill.
Evzones(Presidential guards) at Greek Palace undergoing “CHANGING OF GUARDS” protocol at “Tomb of the Unknown Soldier” in Athens.
Plaka district of Athens.Graffiti art adorning the walls of a few buildings.
The Biggest market in Greece.
There are a lot of reasons why everyone should hope to visit the Acropolis in Athens if you ever get the opportunity. It is absolutely amazing on so many levels, whether visually, historically, or culturally, it is an important landmark for many reasons.