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Muses’ Hill, Nymphs’ Hill, Pnyka Hill
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Muses’ Hill, Nymphs’ Hill, Pnyka Hill ... Three hills in the center of Athens, where the heart of the Athenian democracy used to beat.
A walk, in the place where the Muses were born and worshiped. Who were they? Where are they from? How were they associated with Apollo?
Nymphs’ Hill! The place where the Observatory stands full of legends and beliefs.
The area where some of the best neighborhoods of the Ancient Athens used to exist surrounded by the precinct of Themistocles in the 5th century BC.
Municipality of Kilis. Is it still there? Where are its remains?
Pnyka Hill! The place where the decisions of the Ecclesia, the principal assembly of the democracy of ancient Athens, were taken, with the podium from which the great orators, the politicians and every citizen could make their speech offering the best view of the Acropolis and of the Ancient Agora.
What does Pnyka mean? Why is the red color associated with the area?
A stroll along the walk, the same walk formed by Pikionis,
With 500 species of plants and the one of the kind Micromeria Acrpolitana.
Will we find it?
Where are we going to look for it? In what was called Slide? Or cavity?
All these questions will be answered in this walk. All around these three Hills.
Muses’ Hill – Nymphs’ Hill- Pnyka Hill.
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A walk around Athens will bring you to many beautiful hills and parks from where you can have a panoramic view of the town.
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