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Marlen Taffarello 8h
Replying to @BCRPM
& just as they came to be wrenched away in the early 19th century, with Greece's 200 year celebrations of independence , could they also be returned to bring back the most comprehensive and holistic possible descriptive and imperative narrative of the
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Jim Mellas Nov 22
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Greece Ελλάς Греция Nov 23
Even on a rainy day the is magical! IG 📷 kavalaomer
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Ruh Global IMPACT Nov 22
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Evan Levine Nov 19
Replying to @LevineRx
6/ ...not to mention its view of the Athenian ! Photos just don’t do it justice, but this is one of the best spots to come for an A+ view of the rock!
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British Committee Nov 23
Athens' has its own and not just as a busy and noisy street. Named after the wind god Aeolus it is also the main artery of visual escape to the most important monumental complex of the city, the . Check it out
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George Vardas Nov 24
A nice tribute to the legendary architect Dimitris Pikionis’ architectural and artistic legacy on the of including notably the extensive landscaping of the Acropolis environs conceived and designed by him |
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Worldwide Greeks 🇬🇷 Nov 21
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Mattia M. Nov 19
•Let’s travel with our mind #3 • From the top of 🇬🇷 • • • • @ Acropolis of Athens
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Mark Wafer MSC OMC Nov 19
The next time a business or building owner says they can’t make their location remind them that the in Greece is.
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Go Explore Greece Nov 26
The elegant building known as the Erechtheion on the in Athens. Learn more about this on our Instagram page at
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Anna Harvey Nov 21
You put the case well. With the approaching 200 year anniversary since became a modern sovereign nation, perhaps the time has come to revisit this issue.
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Lora Hoare Nov 21
Day two hundred and forty five of lockdown volume two: a new day has come @ Acropolis of Athens
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George Vardas Nov 25
Iconic images from the 1920s of 's dancers, Nikolska and Mona Paeva, on the iconic at the of
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Antinous the Gay God Nov 21
This stunning video by portrays locations in 's life. The video shows portions of Hadrian's , 's Golden House, the in Athens, the Temple of at and in ancient . Watch here:
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David D. Pearce Nov 22
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George Vardas Nov 21
- Day 116 - Photographing with style the atop the in circa 1905.
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Go Explore Greece Nov 23
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Inclinators (since 1966) Nov 20
Replying to @inclinators
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George Vardas Nov 21
The Pillars of Antiquity through the art of the Greek surreal and abstract artist Yannis Gaitis
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