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Welcome to Attica...

Pallas Athéna, offering an olive tree, in sign of peace to Zeus, gave its name to the city, today Athens. She became head of Attica that extends to the Cap Sounion, a beautiful marine site facing the Aegean Sea, where the Poseidon temple is situated and where the legend of the Minautor comes from. Attica remains one of the rare regions having agricultural and wine plains amongst its 5 blocks of mountains and offers numerous peninsulas as well as superb seaside resorts in the Saronic Gulf. In Attica is also located the international airport of Eleftherios Venizelos and the ports of Piraeus and Rafina, open to the world.

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