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Here Athens from the air and the island Agistri.
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On to Season 2, when late last year (December), Wanderlust turned its attention to Athens. Six weeks of shooting, showcasing an extraordinary range of Athenian experiences, a short highlights package of Wanderlust Athens, to show you the story of 72 hours in Athens. The case for Athens as a 72-hour city break destination: 1. Showing you Athens at street level – the markets, food and personalities 2. The extraordinary vibe of just walking around the city 3. The unexplored mountains and greenery 4. The Athens Riviera – the city’s greatest competitive advantage as a city break destination 5. The incredible light – figuratively, in the legacy of the Ancient Athenians, but also literally, in terms of the uplifting effect of the extraordinary Athenian sunlight 6. The nightlife that we Athenians...
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Greek anger over new austerity measures and layoffs erupted into violence outside parliament on Wednesday, as demonstrators hurled chunks of marble and gasoline bombs and riot police responded with tear gas and stun grenades that echoed across Athens' main square. Police said at least 14 officers were hospitalised with injuries, and at least three journalists covering the demonstrations sustained minor injuries. The violence spread across the city centre, as at least 100-thousand people marched through the Greek capital on the first day of a two-day general strike that unions described as the largest protest in years. Most of the protesters marched peacefully, but crowds outside of parliament clashed with police who tried to disperse them with repeated rounds of tear gas. Hundreds of rioti...