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Pentelikon, one of these “grim and forbidding” peaks, articulates the bleak and misanthropic truth Dahl had perceived there: “Men were foolish and were made only so that they should die.”
FOOD 24 DECOR 20 SERVICE 23 COST EVARDIS DELIGIANNI 66 30-210-623-0650; A neoclassical in the Pentelikon Hotel, this "trendsetter" draws an "international" crowd with its seasonal menu of "excellent" French-Med cuisine.
She lies upon her ivory bed, robed in the soft stuffs of Tyre, as if new-cut from Pentelikon by Phidias, or spread upon the wood by the magic brush of Zeuxis, seeming as much alive as this, no more, no less.
The view of the whole country from the Acropolis is also very interesting; there can be seen the Hymetos, the Pentelikon, towards
The marble of which this palace is built, as well as the temples and other buildings on the Acropolis, is obtained from the quarries of the neighbouring mountain, Pentelikon, where the quantity of this beautiful stone is so great that whole towns might be built of it.
Mayor of Penteli and President, Association for the Protection and Development of the Pentelikon (SPAP), along with all the volunteers, local communities as well as SKAI Radio and TV for their contribution to this unique tree-planting day.