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In my previous photo from Areopagus, here:
https://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Greece/photo1590007.htm
there was a nice couple. A lady was enthusiastically pointing her hand towards the view. Some of you were curious to see the other part of the view. Indeed, the couple has proven to be very photogenic, very useful to have in the foreground. So here the same couple sitting in the same spot but I walked around them to take photo towards the view they admired. Sometimes I wish I could take photos of friends or family like that but it is really hard to make people pose in an interesting way like that. Plus of course having unknown people in the frame is anyway better for TrekEarth ToS.

The characteristically shaped mountain is called... yes that is a good question, I have seen numerous spellings of this place and it is not only due to translation from Greek to Latin alphabet. It is a frequent problem when you try to get somewhere in Greece and you don’t know what name to use… so everyone, this is Mount Lycabettus, Lycabettos, Lykabettos or Lykavittos (Greek: Λυκαβηττός).

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