Geographically located on the Attica plain between the Elishus River and the Kefissos River, specifically in the southern part of Greece, the administrative capital of it, named after the goddess of Greek wisdom Athena, and its most famous tourist attractions:
Greek Acropolis: one of the most famous monuments in Greece.
Agora: A Greek temple still retains large parts of its construction.
The city wall of Keramikos: includes many gates.
Benix Hill: Located on the western side of the Acropolis, in ancient times it was a place for a public meeting for consultation.
Dionysus Theater: Every year there are many plays.
Other places: the Parthenon Temple, the National Archaeological Museum, and the Benaki Museum, founded in 1931, include many precious artifacts that have been donated to Greece.