The book is a chronicle of visits made to the Acropolis by Greeks
and foreigners in the 19th and 20th century, and investigates
various subjects: How did successive generations of Greek and
foreign visitors experience the shrine of the Acropolis? What
course did they follow on their way to the monuments? And how far
did they respect the ancient access routes? How was the new
"Athenian Walk" created, fulfilling an urban-design vision born at
the same time as modern Athens in 1833? The album is written in an
elegant yet readily understood style, embellished with rare
drawings and photographs, reminding us that in life, as in art, the
"journey is the end."
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