A towering, dome-shaped mountain in Athens with a unique viewpoint of the entire city, the Acropolis, Mount Hymettus and Mount Aigaleo, and right onto Piraeus and the waters beyond.
Lycabettus is spelled a number of ways in English, for example Lycabettos, Lykabettos and Lykavittos.
The hill is 908 feet above sea level. For comparison, the close by Acropolis is 512 feet above sea level.
View of Lycabettus Hill
View from Lycabettus Hill in Athens
Rizari Ave from Lycabettus Hill
Rizari Ave in Athens seen from Lycabettus Hill. The Hilton Hotel is on the far left and the square building off center on the right of Rizari is the War Museum. In the distance is Ymittos mountain.
Lycabettus Hill from Areopagus
The Acropolis in Athens Greece
Media lists of Greece
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