The Athens Concert Hall
Athens Concert Hall with various performances all year round, be it classical music concerts, operas, ballet or dance performances.
Some of the best orchestras and theater groups appear here, from all over the word.
Either for a concert or for a conference the Athens MCH is superb! From the architectural point of view the MCH is a jewel! Modern and simultaneously classic! Marble all over, with specially designed lights and furniture. Also, excellent services either inside the auditoriums or outside with the…
The internationally acclaimed Belgian director Ivo van Hove, one of the biggest names in European theater, is making two Bergman films for the scene In 1-3 June 2018.
“One of the most noteworthy museums in Athens where you can see original findings from the Acropolis archeological site and enjoy amazing views of the Parthenon. ”
“A park with a statue of Eleftherios Venizelos (sculpted by the sculptor G. Pappas). In the rear section are three stone built buildings, accommodating the Athens Municipality Arts Centre and the Eleftherios Venizelos Museum. Facing the park is a row of three unadorned neoclassical buildings of the hospitals Aeginitio, Aretaeio, and Alexandra. ”
“Another museum worth visiting. Here you can admire a collection of Prehistoric, Ancient Greek and Roman antiquities as well as the Byzantine collection, which links the ancient Greek world to that of modern Greece.”
“Beautiful public park in the centre of Athens, great way to walk between places and take in the scenery. ”
“The word acropolis literally means in Greek "upper city," and though associated primarily with the Greek cities Athens, Argos (with Larissa), Thebes (with Cadmea), and Corinth (with its Acrocorinth), may be applied generically to all such citadels, including Rome, Jerusalem, Celtic Bratislava, many in Asia Minor, or even Castle Rock in Edinburgh. An example in Ireland is the Rock of Cashel. Acropolis is also the term used by archaeologists and historians for the urban Castro culture settlements located in Northwestern Iberian hilltops. The most famous example is the Acropolis of Athens,which, by reason of its historical associations and the several famous buildings erected upon it (most notably the Parthenon), is known without qualification as the Acropolis. Acropolis of Athens achieved its form in the fifth century BC and is currently an archeological site.Although originating in the mainland of Greece, use of the acropolis model quickly spread to Greek colonies such as the Dorian Lato on Crete during the Archaic Period.”