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The 3rd World Congress on
Controversies in Urology (CURy)
Hilton Hotel, Athens, Greece, February 25-28, 2010
 
  Accompanying Persons Program Print

All registered accompanying persons are invited to the Welcome reception of the Congress, as well as the following two half-day tours.
Pick up from the Registration desk of the Hilton Athens hotel as follows:

Friday, February 26, 2010
Pick up at 09:00 Hours
Athens City Tour

The Acropolis of Athens, the best- known acropolis of the ancient world, is regarded as the finest example of ancient Greek are and architecture. Built from 447 to 432 BC, under the leadership of Pericles, on a limestone hill that rises about 150 m above sea level, the Acropolis dominates the city of Athens. It houses the remains of the Parthenon, a magnificent temple dedicated to the goddess Athena and noted for its perfect simplicity of design and the harmony of its proportions; the Propylaea the monumental marble gateway and the main entrance to the Acropolis; the Erechtheum, a temple famous for the perfection of its details; and the temple of Athena “Niki”.

Duration approx: 4.5 Hrs

Saturday, February 27, 2010
Pick up at 09:30 Hours
Cape Sounio

The Sanctuary of Sounion, with the astonishing temple of Poseidon, is one of the most important sanctuaries in Attica. The sanctuary of Sounion is first mentioned in the Odyssey, as the place where Menelaus stopped during his return from Troy to bury his helmsman. Apart from its historical importance, Sounion offers one of the most breathtaking views in the Attica region. Late in the afternoon Sounion is painted by the wonderful colors of the sunset and the landscape of ancient ruins perched above the sea is simply majestic.

Duration approx: 3 Hrs


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