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Our visit to Filopappou

Wednesday, May 16, 2012


10th Primary School - Peristeri -Athens-Greece
Yesterday, our school visited the Doras Stratou theater, which is located on hill of Filopappou in Athens, and we watched the theatrical play “Plutus” (meaning “Wealth”).  Plutus is an ancient Greek comedy by the playwright Aristophanes. In this comedy Aristophanes parodies the poor distribution of wealth. God Plutus is blind and is not distributed to the virtuous but instead it is distributed randomly.  Chremylos, an old Athenian citizen helps the blind god Plutus to regain his light. Finally the God Plutus gives his wealth to the good people and makes bad people poor.




Then we walked up to the Pnyka. The Pnyka was a place where citizens gathered in ancient Athens and had meetings to make decisions for the city.

4 comentarios:

BiBi ANA SVK said...

uffff.if I would be there..i wish i watched it and were there!!!!!!
beautiful scenery!!!!!!!! :)

Walter said...

Just a word.... wonderful!!! I love these places!

Pedro Fernández said...

Thanks for get us closer to your culture.

Petraki Evangelia said...

Thank you for your comments! I also love these places veeery much!