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Posted January 16, 2019 17:20:34At first glance, the Greek capital of Athens looks like an old Greek city, but its true story is the legacy of the ancient city of Palaeologos, which is still thriving today.
Built around 800 BC by a Greek royal family, the city has been a centre of learning, culture and trade since the time of Alexander the Great.
In fact, the history of the city is so rich that historians now say it was the birthplace of modern Greek art.
Palaeologus has been home to several famous figures in Greek and Roman history, including the great poet Demosthenes, who was buried here.
But what does it mean to be a visitor to Athens?
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In the 18th century, the ancient Greek city was a major centre of trade and the most important port of the Hellespont, home to the largest Greek population of the time.
Today, the capital is home to around 4.5 million people, with the rest of the population living in smaller towns.
But the history that has influenced the way tourists visit the capital goes far back.
Palæologos has always been a hub for learning, the people and the arts, said historian and palaeologist Dioscorides Tsoukalakis, who works at the Institute of Ancient Greek Studies in Athens.
Greek cities are the birthplace for the ancient Greeks, said Tsoukalsakis, whose book on ancient Greek cities explores how the Greeks interacted with the world.
Today they are a very important part of the cultural heritage of Europe and they are the sites of the great events of our time.
It’s a fascinating place to be, for people to come to and to see.
As a visitor, you can feel the spirit of ancient Greece, the sense of history, said Alexis Lefevre, a historian and professor of Greek studies at the University of Paris-Saclay.
“It’s not a city where you’re walking in the street, you’re seeing a lot of people,” he said.
“The city is a very different place, the spirit is different.”
It was in Athens that the first European explorers discovered the city of Atlantis, the lost city of the gods, and the legendary city of Kephesis, which lies within the walls of the capital.
Ancient Greece, a cultural heritage and a centre for trade, is the birthplace and destination of the Greeks.
The ancient Greek language was invented by the people who lived there, and has been spoken since the 4th century BC.
The city’s history is linked to the Greeks themselves, as many ancient Greek inscriptions, sculptures and frescoes were made in Palaeology.
“We know that this was a great centre of culture and learning for many centuries,” Tsoukalisakis said.
“And we know that it was also home to a lot more than just art, literature and music.”
A lot of great people, such as Demostheses, were buried here and they lived there for a long time.
“Ancient Greek temples and monasteries have been preserved, and palaces were built in Palaearon, a large site with a magnificent Roman-style castle built around 500BC.
The palace of Poseidon, a legendary Greek hero, has been the centre of the Palaeological Museum in Athens since 1923.
The palaeological museum in Athens is also home the oldest museum in Europe, dating back to the 15th century.
There are several different Greek inscribes on the walls, and they contain some of the oldest surviving writings on the subject.
The oldest surviving Greek inscription is called the Apology of Zeus by Demosthenses.
The name means ‘to my God’, or ‘I beg you’.
It was written in Greek, and is a work of about 200 pages, but is believed to have been written by a slave.
It is believed it was written by one of the first Greeks to make contact with the Romans, and was written between about the 5th and 6th centuries BC.
Another inscription, written by Polybius, is a collection of the famous tales of the Trojan War.
It is believed the original Greek text was lost to the Romans in the late 2nd century AD.
There were also more than 150 inscriptions and drawings on the wall, including paintings by ancient artists.
Greek art has also been the focus of exploration and conservation.
The city of Mykonos, a popular tourist destination, is home the world’s oldest archaeological site.
In recent years, the Athens Archaeological Museum has been dedicated to protecting and documenting the city’s cultural heritage.
In 2007, it became the first Greek city to be awarded UNESCO World Heritage status