The timeless play with more than 200,000 devoted fans around the world.
"The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates 399 BC
The hit international theatrical production based on Plato's "Apology" returns to the courtyard of the beautiful Athens University History Museum building, beneath the Acropolis, a few steps from where the Ancient Greek philosopher was sentenced to death 2,500 years ago.
Photographic works by Venia Bechrakis, Eleni Mylonas, Ioanna Ralli, Danae Stratou and Marina Vernicos will be presented, as well as paintings by Yiannis Adamakis, Alexandra Athanassiades, Miltos Golemas, Christos Kechagioglou, Jenny Kodonidou, Nikos Lagos, Achilleas Papacostas, Maria Filopoulou and others.
A theatrical performance in Greek with subtitles in ENGLISH | SPANISH | GERMAN | FRENCH | RUSSIAN according to the daily programme Electra is a Greek tragedy by Sophocles, believed to be written around 413 B.C.
In her third solo show at Kalfayan Galleries, the artist assumes once again the role of ‘cultural archaeologist'.
Athens turns into a vast, open-air cinema!
Summer blockbusters, all-time classics, local gems and special events in the biggest open-air festival in the city!
After a successful 3-year run, the Athens Open Air Film Festival is back for the fourth year in a row in the summer of 2014, ready to explore the city's hidden oasis by way of the silver screen!
Travellers planning a trip to Athens, are encouraged to apply online for a "This is My Athens" personal "showing around town" with an Athens Local. Go beyond the traditional guide book sights and places of interest. Let an Athenian take you to that special neighborhood bakery, or show you some great neighborhoods along the Southern coast and the breathtaking promenades.