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Ilissos was a god in antiquity, his great importance for ancient Athenians made Fidias depict him as an old and wise man in Parthenons gable. Here is where Plato describes Socrates discussing with his student Faidros about love and rhetoric.
Now Ilissos lies beyond the city but, following our steps you can imagine his waters flowing again inspiring you to wonder about anything it may concerns you in our contemporary society.
Most of you already listened or visited the hot spots in Athens, such as Plaka neighborhood and Monastiraki, but can you imagine how many hidden gems you can discover around, like this hidden path somewhere in Athens...Follow us and discover it