Areopagus

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Between the Acropolis and the Ancient Agora stands the rocky hill of Areopagus, which has been related to mythological traditions and important historical events.

Here was the oldest court of ancient Athens, while according to tradition, in 51 AD, Apostle Paul spoke for the first time about the Unknown God to the Athenians. One of those who followed his preaching was Dionysius the Aeropagite, later bishop and patron saint of the city.
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