Athens, birthplace of Greek Mythology

RJ11 By RJ11, 3rd Feb 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3vvm5pbv/
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Athens is a beautiful place that was once a metropolis which was home to many greek giants.

Athens, Greece, home to the most significant pieces of history to ever exist.

Athens, Greece is the most historically significant place on earth, a lot of Greek history began there not to mention that it is the birthplace of both Plato and Aristotle; two of history's greatest philosophers. What really makes Athens, Greece the ideal vacation spot is the history associated with it starting with the Goddess Athena who the city is named after. Now, being a Greek Mythology buff, I can tell you personally that Athenian history will be the most worthwhile historical period that you'll ever research as well as read about because there's so much to learn about Athens, Greece. Let it also be known that Poseidon was another Greek historical figure that inhabited the city back during those times and you know what they say, when a famous person comes to your home, it becomes a landmark which ultimately Athens, Greece is. I plan on going to Athens, Greece one day when I get the money because I love Greek Mythology and always have since I was in the 11th grade because that's when I got interested in it and started personally studying it. My advice, go to Athens, Greece if for nothing else the historical value because there's so much history associated with this wonderful place.

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Beauty, History, Research, Rj, Tourism, Travelling, Vacation, War, Zeus

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
3rd Feb 2013 (#)

Nostalgic memory down the history lane. Thanks - siva

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