The Athens College at a Glance
Athens College was founded in 1925 by a group of enlightened Greeks (with Emmanuel Benakis and Stephanos Delta trailblazing the way) as well as with the support of American philhellenes such as that of Bert Hodge Hill, Director of the American School of Classical Studies.
The Founders’ vision, which was translated into reality from the onset of the College’s existence, revolved around the creation of a school which fostered the “harmonious development of students’ intellectual, ethical and physical capabilities, in particular, their character” by enhancing the existing educational system “with modern pedagogical methods adapted to Greece’s history, traditions, psychology, and national needs.” https://www.haef.gr/en/AboutUs
Some of the places to visit in Athens:
1. The Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum
2. The Ancient Agora and the Temple of Hephaestus
3. Archaeological Museum of Athens
4. Lycabettus Hill
5. Benaki Museum
6. Monastiraki, Plaka, and Anafiotika
7. Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center
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