Pnyx  

Pnyx - Attica (Greece)

Pnyx is situated between the Philopappos hill and the hill of the Nymphs (the hill with the observatory). Here, in Pnyx, citizens from the ancient Athenian came together to meet, from the year 507 BC. Citizens would sit on the rocks and the orators were at the lowest point on the northern side. From 404 BC, the orators stood on high places and the people at the lower places.

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The Areopagus Hill rots and daarachter the hill der Nymphen and Pnyx - Photo GreeceGuide.co.uk The Agia Marina Church near Pnyx - Photo GreeceGuide.co.uk The Propylaia with at the other site the Pnyx hill - Photo GreeceGuide.co.uk The Lycabetus (Lycabettus)-hill from Pnyx - Photo GreeceGuide.co.uk The National Observatorium near Pnyx - Photo GreeceGuide.co.uk Pnyx-heuvel, Areopagus Hill and Theseion - Ancient Agora - Photo GreeceGuide.co.uk The ancient agora of Athens -  Pnyx - Photo GreeceGuide.co.uk

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Average temperature Pnyx
January
8.3°C
February
9.2°C
March
11.5°C
April
15.1°C
May
20.3°C
June
24.7°C
July
27.1°C
August
26.9°C
September
23.0°C
October
17.9°C
November
13.1°C
December
9.6°C

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