Walking at the shadow of the Acropolis

Walking at the shadow of the Acropolis Walking at the shadow of the Acropolis Walking at the shadow of the Acropolis Walking at the shadow of the Acropolis Walking at the shadow of the Acropolis
One of the most impressive pedestrian zones in Athens and one of the largest in Europe and connects the most important archaeological sites around the Acropolis. Dionysiou Areopagitis street starts opposite Hadrian’s Gate and connects to Apostolou Pavlou street, which ends at the area of Thisseio.

Walking on it we have the rock of the Acropolis on the one side and some of the most beautiful buildings on the other, neoclassical and more modern ones, which depict the bourgeois atmosphere of the area.
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