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matematik aschuti main menu skip to content home search for: advantages and disadvantages of living in a city center posted on march 23, 2017 by emma [ad_1] some people say that city center is the best place to live. one has an easy access to all the amenities of life. additionally, city centers are the places where all the business, educational, official and trade activity centers are located. the commuting time is nothing as compared to those living in the suburbs. there are, however, some big disadvantages of living in the city center as well. following lines would give you a great comparison in this regard. advantages the biggest advantage of living in a city-center is the easy access to all the business, trade and educational offices. city-centers are planned in such a manner that they become the hub of everything related to commercial, official or educational fields. most universities and colleges are located in the city-center and students from suburbs have to commute long distances to reach their alma maters. similarly, professionals have to take public or private transport to reach the city-center. monthly fares of public transports, despite all the discounts, are quite expensive these days. on the contrary, people living in the city-center do not have to incur any transportation costs. in most cases, all the famous buildings, business centers and universities are located within a walking distance. there are no expenditures in transportation costs and time wasted in travelling. additionally, one can save money on dining costs as one can simply head back to home to eat during lunch breaks. people from the suburbs are unfortunate in this regard. they have to eat lunch from the push carts or restaurants and this entails some big spending, even if the rates are affordable. monthly expenditures on food bills are enough to cause a big dent in your monthly budget. disadvantages there are also many disadvantages of living in a city-center. first of all, there is no sense of privacy as the city centre remains active till late night. secondly, the house rents are sky high in the city-center. everyone wants to live there and homeowners take full advantage of this phenomenon. another disadvantage of living in a city-center is the lack of suburban activities and neighbourhood attitude that is prevalent in the suburbs. there are hardly any parks and open spaces where one can breathe fresh air. in most cases, the environment is polluted because of thousands of cars that throng the roads and alleys. similarly, the proportion of trees and shrubs is far less than a typical suburb that is usually green and pollution free. the sense of community is also lacking in the city-center as people remain busy in their own affairs and do not pay any attention to their neighbours and friends. another down point of living in the city center is the higher prices of commodities. as compared to suburbs, that are usually located close to farmer markets; city centers are cramped places with high property rents. shops often pass on that high price to their customers. [ad_2] posted in uncategorized | leave a comment | the perfect start with car hire at the athens airport posted on march 19, 2017 by emma athens airport is a sophisticated and a contemporary transportation hub. the airport is a civilian port for all the passengers entering and exiting the city of athens. the airport serves as a significant seat of olympic air. it successfully acts as the terminal for around 16 million passengers each year. the airport has been named after the eminent greek statesman eleftherios venizelos. the airport serves as a significant passage to asia and the middle east countries. you will be amazed to know that this contemporary and cosmopolitan airport has been certified by the european aviation safety agency and the federal aviation administration. if you are arriving in greece, you can conveniently pick up a car hire athens airport to get a perfect start to your holiday. the present airport is in the same place as the previous one. it was outdated and really needed to be updated. the towns of markopoulo, koropoi, spata and loutsa are well connected by the airport. and it is now known as one of the busiest airports in europe. in 2006 the airport was felicitated with a skytrax award as it was recognized as one of the best airports in southern europe. one of the uncomplicated and economical ways of travelling the city is car hire athens airport. the city of athens still has the ruins and the monuments of the roman and the byzantine monarchs that had ruled the city. the tourists are allured by the rich and the expansive cultural heritage of the city. car hire athens airport is the best way to navigate the city. the nearby tourist attractions can be easily reached and viewed by car hire athens airport. athens is known as a contemporary and an idyllic destination for vacations with plethora of tourist spots and attractions. the colorful history of the city is still clearly visible by the historical and cultural imprints in the city. the mesmerizing monuments, enchanting churches and scenic location allures tourists all over the world to the city. the tourists should view the neoclassical architectural brilliance dominating the historic city of athens. the ancient yet sturdy building of the athens academy is a masterpiece and the beautifully constructed national library that has successfully housed timeless books, journals and other literary classics. the tourist will have a great time shopping as athens has many reputed stores, and wonderful beaches that result in entertaining tourists. the most beautiful and sun-kissed beaches include vouliagmeni, varkiza, kavouri and so on. the scenic beauty, the lush green patches in the city and the impeccable architectural beauties make the city one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world. posted in uncategorized | greece flights posted on march 16, 2017 by emma [ad_1] athens, the capital of greece is well connected to major international cities. the international airport of athens’, eleftherios venizelos, was inaugurated in march 2001 and was built to cater to the needs of a modern world. it is located 23 miles northeast of the city. it has 157 check-in counters and two runways that are 2.5 miles each. the airport can accommodate close to 600 flights a day. it has conference facilities, a post office, a hotel, courier service, banks, currency exchanges, atms and many stores and restaurants. there are 5 international airports in greece. they are situated in the major cities of the country namely, athens, corfu (ionian), heraklio (in crete), kos (dodecanese) and thesaloniki (near the region of halkidiki). some greek islands are not directly accessible by flights. the best way to travel to these islands is by organizing for a cab transfer from the athens airport. the airfares to greece between june and september and during holidays are comparatively more expensive. the weekend flights are also expensive. of recent, many charter flights have begun operating to and from greece. most charter flights operate during summer. olympic airways is the national airline of greece. it operates daily flights from new york city and boston to athens. the approximate flight time from athens to los angeles is 15 hours and from athens to new york, 13 hours; most european airlines connect north american cities with greece via major european cities. direct flights also operate from major european cities to macedonia international airport in thesaloniki, northern greece, as well as to corfu (kerkira), grete and rhodes. american and canadian citizens entering greece for a period of less than 3 months require a valid passport. there is no need to get a visa, though. passport and visa requirements vary for tourists of different nationalities, and should be checked well in advance of the trip. [ad_2] posted in uncategorized | leave a comment | athens – the city other places want to be posted on march 12, 2017 by emma the writer charles caleb colton once said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and this saying has now found its way in to common usage. its message is clear and almost undeniable – and something that must make athens feel a proud city. the capital of greece – and the country’s largest city to boot – is one of the world’s oldest cities with recorded history going back around 3400 years. in that time it has been a center for arts, philosophy and architecture and has been admired and copied from afar. such is the reputation of athens that other cities around the world often try to use it to boost their own standing. in total, there are 28 cities or towns outside greece that have incorporated athens into their nickname. there is an “athens” for each of the four major compass points (including a bonus historical athens of the west) as well as an “athens” for many different countries, eras, american states and hemispheres. each has their own reason for the nickname – although some, such as the scottish town of troon being known as the ‘athens of ayrshire’ – are a little less clear. jyvaskyla – the ‘athens of finland’ – is so named because it is a city of learning, as athens was once with the teachings of philosophers plato, aristotle, socrates and many others; still popular material in curriculum today. the massachusetts capital, boston, is known as the ‘athens of america’ and colombia’s capital, bogota, is the ‘athens of south america’ for similar reasons. edinburgh – the scottish capital and the ‘athens of the north’ – was a major center during the enlightenment in the 18th century – while another american city (nashville, tennessee) is known as the ‘athens of the south’ because of an abundance of colleges and universities in the area. the russian city of tomsk had a high emphasis on education and by the outbreak of world war ii every 12th citizen was a student – causing it to be dubbed the siberian athens. the italian city of florence holds the title of the ‘athens of the middle ages’ as it is considered to be the birthplace of the italian renaissance – a period of great cultural change and achievement in europe from the end of the 1200s to the start of the 17th century. other athenian cities with cultural significance include the indian city of madurai (the athens of the east), sarospatak in hungary (the athens of the bodrog – a river that runs through hungary and slovakia) and lexington, kentucky (athens of the west). with all this attention and willingness to be associated with the greek capital, it’s clear to see the reason why so many flights to athens are jam-packed with tourists wishing to see the sights that have inspired so many places around the world. the information contained within this article is the opinion of the author and is intended purely for information and interest purposes only. it should not be used to make any decisions or take any actions. any links are included for information purposes only. posted in uncategorized | athens, greece posted on march 9, 2017 by emma [ad_1] athens is where democracy was born & the city where significant men of science and philosophy lived & gave their lights to the rest of the world. it is also one of the cities that created greek civilization. nightlife is great here particularly in the core. you may likewise have a great time on one of the well-organized beaches, that are just four km. away from athens . of course there are greek shops & global firms to make sure you will find whatsoever you please. the visitor should go up to the rock of acropolis to see the unparalleled architectural structures that were built up between 447 and 438 b.c. the nation’s trademark the parthenon as well remains firm there. you should visit likewise, the parliament, where the kings of greece used to reside. it now houses the greek parliament from 1933 & it is placed at the constitution square. the national gardens are as well very nearby. you could go up lycabetus hill wherever there are several restaurants, cafes & shops. the panathenean stadium has great meaning as the 1st modern olympic games were carried there in 1896. you can visit monastiraki that is packed of little shops with greek artifacts, plaka with its old neoclassical houses & narrow streets full of little cafes & eating places, taverns & bars. on the other hand there is the national archaeological museum & the national gallery of art. two of the richest areas of athens are ekali & kifissia. a walk amidst the beautiful houses and villas may be highly rewarding. atheneans have welcomed the metro in their lives, which one also links with older lines to cover the whole of attica. the heart of athens is beating in syntagma square. in which parliament & most of the ministries are. but aside from the center, there are other regions with tourist development such as monastiraki, kolonaki, lycabettus hill & a few kilometers from the historic core faliro, glyfada, voula & vouliagmeni, where you could have a good time in the sea breeze. or you may head north to marousi, melissia, vrilissia and kifisia and smell the fresh air. [ad_2] posted in uncategorized | leave a comment | hiking in athens greece posted on march 6, 2017 by emma [ad_1] so you thought that visiting athens, greece is all about historical monuments, museums and a dazzling nightlife? well, think again. athens has some natural surroundings that would astound you all within reach from your accommodation. in fact, everywhere you look there is a hill or mountain you can climb. next time you’re in town, pack some hiking boots as well, they might come in handy. after all, this country is famous for its natural beauty. if you open any map of the city, you will notice the mountainous regions surrounding athens. attika, where athens is located, is made up of mountains, valleys and ridges. the city lies nestled in the central plain; also known as the attica basin. four mountains look over athens. to the west, lies mount aegaleon and to the east mount hymettus. the other two mountains overshadow the northern suburbs of the city. mount penteli to the northeast and mount parnitha to the north. of the four, mount parnitha is the tallest standing at over 1400 metres, which has also been declared a national park. mount parnithais a breathtaking mountain range comprised of thick pine wood forest and wildlife. it is only 35 km out of the city and can be reached by car or public transport. it is one of the popular winter destinations for athenians as well as visitors. in the summer, you can explore the mountain on bike and in the winter in boots or even skis. its plentiful paths will lead you to its many caves, brooks and breathtaking views of the city below. be prepared to meet a huge variety of flowers, bird species and foxes. if you are lucky, you might even meet some of the deer that call this place home. mount pendeli, on the other hand, may be lacking in forest after some devastating fires stripped most of the mountain bare. however, it is a mountain of great historical importance; it is where the ancient athenians mined the marble for the parthenon. it is also home to the famous davelis cave; a place few people dare visit. shrouded in mystery and superstition, it is known for strange sightings, sounds and a creature that haunts deep within. taking a trek up this mountain and be rewarded by the remains of its ancient past and panoramic view of the city, the mountain range and the sea. mind you, you do not have to go that far for a good hike. right in the centre of the city lies mount lykabettus. this is basically a hill made of limestone that protrudes out of the heart of the concrete jungle. it has a rich green landscape at the base with a white top; a perfect contrast to the backdrop of the sparkling blue sky. the climb is quite challenging and few are willing to take the risk, but once on top, the view will astound you. lay back and enjoy a coffee at the cafe as you watch the sunset behind the acropolis. before you decide to make your way back to your room, take in the view a little more. watch the parthenon and the rest of the city light up. look around you and notice the shadows of the mountains as they retire their glory for the night. finally, walk through the many local neighborhoods and breathe in the faint floral scents of their blooming gardens. [ad_2] posted in uncategorized | leave a comment | athens syntagma square – athens city center posted on march 2, 2017 by emma [ad_1] the heart of present day athens is fashionable plateia syntagmatos which lies below the imposing mass of the old royal palace. plateia syntagmatos, which translated means constitution square, commemorates the constitution granted by othon i in a proclamation from the balcony of the palace on the night of 3rd september 1843. the old royal palace, which since 1935 has housed the parliament, was designed as the residence of king othon, at his own and his father’s expense, by the bavarian architect friedrich garther and built between 1834 and 1842. at the foot of the west facade of the old palace is a large square bounded on three sides by walls on which, in evocation of the ancient custom of hanging the victor’s shield in the temple, are set bronze shields flanked by the names of the many victories won by hellenic arms since national independence. built into the center of the retaining wall is the tomb of the unknown soldier, a relief impressive in its simplicity, which depicts a dying hoplite. this work is by the sculptors constantinos demetriades (1881-1943) and phokion rok (1886-1942), and was unveiled on 25th march (national independence day) 1932. south of plateia syntagmatos lies leophoros amalias, which is so called after king othon’s consort, who, with the horticulturist friedrich schmiedt, created the delectable retreat adjoining the old royal palace that we know today as the national garden. the national garden is open daily from sunrise to sunset and the shade of its multitudinous trees provides a cool and peaceful oasis in the heart of the city. on the east side of the garden are the busts of capodistrias and jean-gabriel eynard, a great swiss philhellene who donated large sums of money to the cause of greek independence. both these busts are the work of the famous pelopennesian loannis kossos. other busts in the national garden are those of three leading greek poets of the 19th century: dionysius solomos of zante, who is considered the national poet; aristotle valaoritis, also a native of the ionian islands, and jean moreas, which was the nom-de-plume of loannis papadiamantopoulos, an athenian who lived the greater part of his life in paris. contiguous to the national garden is a large public park called zappeion after the brothers evangelos and constantinos zappas of epirus, who donated it with its splendid exhibition hall to the nation. on either side of the entrance to the exhibition hall stand statues of the donors, that of evangelos by loannis kossos; that of constantinos by georgios vroutos. among the many pieces of statuary by famous sculptors is the bust of loannis varvakis by the master leonidas drossis. varvakis is best known as the founder of the renowned boys’ school, the lykeion varvakeion, for the endowment of which he bequeathed his huge fortune. other busts include those of constantinos paparrighopoulos, the greatest historian of modern greece, of stephan dragoumis, the most prominent political personality during the macedonian struggle (1903-1909), and of george souris, the leading satirical poet of his times. a short distance from plateia syntagmatos, on the right of odhos panepistimiou, we come to a renaissance edifice of italian inspiration. this is the numismatic museum, which contains a rich collection of greek, roman and byzantine coins, cameos and seal-stones. built by the noted architect erst ziller in 1878, it was the private residence of the illustrious archaeologist henry schliemann. still keeping on the right-hand side we come to a five-storeyed building situated at the corner of this street and odhos omirou. here are the premises of the archaeological society, built entirely in marble. the classical motif of the magnificent bronze door with its richly painted and gilded surround and the ceiling coffered in a delicate blue and gold deserve the greatest admiration. besides creating the first national archaeological museum the society, which was founded in 1837, has excavated sites all over the country. immediately after the archaeological society’s premises stands the roman catholic cathedral. as the latin inscription shows, the cathedral was begun in 1853, completed in 1887, and dedicated to st. dionysius areopagite. it is a three-naved basilica designed by leo von klenze (1784-1864), bavarian court architect and master-plan ner of modern athens, and built under the direction of lysander kaftanzoglou (1811-1885), the outstanding greek architect of the period. adjoining this edifice is the ophthalmic hospital, a byzantine-style construction designed by theophil hansen (1813-1891, the younger of two danish brothers, both distinguished architects), in 1847, and completed by lysander kaftanzoglou four years later. just beyond the ophthalmic hospital is an ensemble of neo-classical buildings: on the right the academy, in the middle the university, and on the left the national library. all three were gifts to the nation from wealthy patriots; they are the most sumptuous monuments of modern greece. the hellenic academy of arts and sciences, a meticulously accurate reproduction of an edifice of the classical period erected in the graceful ionic order by theophil hansen at the expense of baron georgios sinas, was begun in 1859 and completed in 1875. the nine sculptured pediments and all the statues before the academy are the work of the athenian master leonidas drossis. the relief in the central pediment, which portrays the birth of athena, and the two gigantic statues of apollo (right) and athena (left) standing on tall columns, one on either side of the principal facade, are particularly impressive. the seated figures flanking the short flight of steps leading to the portico represent the philosophers socrates (right) and plato (left). the portico consists of a double row of columns. the coffered ceiling is painted in bright blue and gold and the door opening into the vestibule has a surround of classical inspiration executed in brilliant color and gilding. a statue of the donor baron sinas stands on the right of the vestibule, while the interior of the academy hall is decorated with eight superb panels by the oldenburg painter christian griepenkerl (1839-1916), depicting scenes from the myth of prometheus. visitors to the university will be surprised to see a statue of william ewart gladstone, standing on the right of the lawn surrounding the forecourt. the dedication on the plinth of this statue immortalizes the prominent part played by the great british statesman in the deliverance of epirus and thessaly from turkish oppression, and their return to the motherland in 1881. the statues at the top of the steps leading to the entrance commemorate the great philologist korais (1748-1833), ardent patriot and “father” of the modern greek literary language (right), and capodistrias (1776-1831), first head of state (1827-1831) and one of the major architects of modern greece. the university of athens was founded in 1836, and was initially established in a large house which schaubert and cleanthes had built in plaka (the old quarter of athens) when they first came to athens in 1831. this building, at the corner of odhos prytaneiou and odhos tholou, is still standing and is converted into a museum devoted to the earlier history of the university. the present university buildings were designed by christian hansen and the foundation stone laid by king othon in 1839. the central building was ready for use in 1842, but owing to lack of funds, the buildings as a whole were not completed until 1850. a colonnade with a handsome portico in pentelic marble fronted by two ionic columns with gilded capitals, and a coffered ceiling in blue and gold in harmony with the classical motif of a painted and gilded door surround, gives access to the interior of the main building. on the upper part of the wall a fresco by the celebrated austrian painter karl rahl (1812-1865) shows the resurgence of arts and sciences under king othon. statues of two national heroes, patriarch grigorios and the martyred poet rhigas pheraios, stand respectively at the right and left angles of the facade. the national library, which is built of pentelic marble on a foundation of poros, consists of a central building in the form of a doric temple, with two wings. it was planned by theophil hansen in 1887 and the work executed under the supervision of ernst ziller, at the expense of the valianos brothers of cephalonia in 1901. a statue of one of these munificent benefactors, panayis, stands outside the central building, and those of his two brothers andreas and maris inside the entrance hall. all three statues are the work of georgios bonanos. the eminent philologist andreas moustoxidis on the island of aegina formed the nucleus of the library in 1827. the books were brought to athens in 1833 and stored in the beautiful church of st. eleutherius (the “little cathedral”). in 1842 they were removed to the first floor of the central building of the university – which had just been completed – where they remained until the national library was inaugurated in 1903. in recent years many fine nineteenth century buildings have been demolished and unimaginative concrete structures built on the sites, so that with the exception of the ionian bank of greece on one corner of odhos pezmazoglou and the former buildings of the arsakeion college for girls (founded in 1836) on the other corner over the doric portico, built at the expense of apostolos arsakis of epirus in 1848, nothing remains of the splendid buildings that once lined both sides of this street of central athens. continuing along odhos panepistimiou for a short distance, we turn right into odhos patission. a few hundred meters further down, on our right, stands a construction in the finest pentelic marble, in which two educational institutions of university status are established: the polytechnic school (civil, mechanical, electrical, naval, chemical and mining engineering, architecture, and topography) and the superior school of fine arts (drawing, painting, sculpture, engraving, etc.). two wings in the doric order serve as propylaea to the central building of two storeys, the lower erected in the doric order, the upper in ionic. this edifice is the work of lysander kaftanzoglou, who built it between 1862 and 1880, and owes its name -metsovion polytechneion- to the fact that the principal donors nicholaos stournaras, michalis tositsas and his widow helen, were natives of metsovo in epirus. posted in uncategorized | leave a comment | excellent hospitals in athens, greece posted on february 27, 2017 by emma [ad_1] greece has hospitals that belong to both the private and the public sector. athens also has a balance mix of both private and public hospitals that are well equipped to cater to any kind of medical issues. the public hospitals in greece are managed and controlled by the national health service. the diagnostic and therapeutic centre of athens , hygeia has been functional since 1970.it is a private hospital founded by eminent greek physicians to provide world class and modern care to its patients. the hygeia diagnostic and therapeutic center provides health and medical services throughout greece and in some other countries too. there are 22 surgery clinics, 11 pathology clinics, 6 diagnostics centers, 8 rehabilitation centers and10 hospitals abroad.the hospital as an organ transplant unit and an icu that is equipped to deal with all kind of medical problems. the hospital also has ambulance services and their icu is equipped with the requisite support and diagnostic facilities to ensure proper treatment to its patients. the hospital has the facility for bone marrow transplant (bmt) to help fight blood diseases. it was the first hospital in greece to introduce the concept of one day surgery. kyanous stavros is a privately owned hospital and diagnostic centre. the centrally located hospital was set up in the year 1963 and is one of the finest hospitals in athens . the hospital has the latest technology and is in the process of continually modernizing its operations and departments. it is a multidisciplinary hospital that has 24 hours emergency room that caters to the requirements of foreigners and tourists. there are ambulances services available that are equipped to provide safe and quick transportation throughout greece if required. the hospital has a range of accommodation facilities to suit the requirements and pockets of a variety of patients. the hospital accepts the majority of insurance companies whether private or public. the hospital provides treatment to all the citizens who might approach it regardless of the fact whether they have insurance or not. one of the prominent hospitals in athens is the general hospital of attica kat. the hospital with its modern medical and technological equipment and a well trained staff is a reliable health care centre. the hospital address is 2 nikis street in kifissia and it is easily accessible through the electric railway or the underground metro. the hospital has a pathology division, an orthopedics department that caters to all kinds of orthopedic problems, a general surgery division and also specialized surgeries department. iaso general is a hospital with state of art facilities and services. the hospital has an icu that is world class and is known to be amongst the best in the country. it has a coronary care unit and was the first in the country to have a dedicated unit for diagnosis and treatment of heart ailments. iaso general is also equipped with an up-to-date accident and emergency department. there are 10 highly sophisticated surgical units and an angina pectoris unit in the hospital. it also has internal medicine, surgery and diagnostic divisions. the surgeries department has facilities for thoracic, plastic, cardiac, orthopedic and general surgeries. the address for the hospital is 264 mesogeion ave. 155 62 holargos and the contact no is 210 650 2000. helena venizelou founded marika eliadi maternity hospital in 1926. at that time there was an acute shortage for good hospitals and trained staff for maternal care in the city. the hospital was set up with an aim to provide advanced natal care not only to entire athens but to the entire country. now the hospital provides specialized maternity care and also other services that cover secondary and tertian health requirements. the hospital also has an internal medicine department, endocrinology department, cardiology department and a hepato-gastroenterology unit. if you need medical help, the next time you are in athens . take a look at these facilities. [ad_2] posted in uncategorized | leave a comment | philadelphia- the new athens posted on february 23, 2017 by emma [ad_1] a city not only known as the city of american freedom or the birthplace of america but also known for the revolutionary role it has played since centuries. welcome to philadelphia, a life-size city in pennsylvania and the birthplace of america. philadelphia is often referred as the new athens, the name first suggested for the work done by the famous native of the city benjamin franklin. rightly so as benjamin franklin was responsible for the country’s first insurance company, the city’s first public library and the first fire department; franklin also played a great role in establishing the city’s postal system as well as inventing new conveniences such as bifocal lenses and the franklin stove. philadelphia or “philly” best known for its role in the american revolutionary war saw the convening of the continental congress as well as the writing of the declaration of independence and the constitution of the united states of america. shortly after the nation’s inception took place in philadelphia, it was named the nation’s capital between 1790 and 1800 before it was relocated to its present washington d.c. philly is now a big metropolitan which accommodates around 6.2 million inhabitants from almost all nationalities. one of the unique factors about philadelphia is that it is the most walkable city in the us and this factor is well used for the better part of it. signs like “walk! philadelphia” well compliments the cities uniqueness and at the same time guide visitors toward shopping, dining, gallery perusing, cultural enjoyment, local must-sees and public transportation should it need to be taken. the city has two very walkable shopping districts as well as the walkable benjamin franklin parkway, which is home to many museums, including the franklin institute and the philadelphia museum of art that was made famous in the rocky series of movies. its geographic location makes philadelphia accessible by all modes of transport. the philadelphia international airport is a busy one and you can find regular flights to almost all the locations. you can even enjoy the road trip to philadelphia. moreover as a visitor you can find hotels for every budget and if by any chance you are on a tight budget you can definitely find a suitable place in the philadelphia districts. there is a place for every budget in philadelphia. some of the regular facilities offered by the hotels in philadelphia include air conditioned rooms, car rentals, airport pick and drop facilities, swimming pools, health clubs, spas, restaurants etc. the city provides a unique nightlife to all and that definitely means that you can take a ballet in the nation’s oldest grand opera house as well as knock back a pabst and a shot of swill for three bucks. in all philadelphia makes a great city for all and if you haven’t taken a note of that you better mark it in your next holiday destination. [ad_2] posted in uncategorized | leave a comment | the political polarity that was athens and sparta posted on february 19, 2017 by emma [ad_1] around 800 b.c.e. the greek populous started to coalesce into communities which were called poleis. the polis was a city state with its own governing body and typically a military. each polis varied considerably from other poleis. a polis could have anywhere from one thousand to tens of thousands of citizens between its main urban center, and its surrounding towns and agricultural developments. the poleis of sparta and athens were two of the largest and most powerful city states in ancient greece. these two poleis were also among the most competitive, mostly with each other, and influential in the ancient greek world. athens was a largely agriculturally based polis in attica, off of the aegean sea. it was dependent on slaves to do the manual labor of the polis, from working the fields, to working in the homes of athenian citizens. athens was a democratic city state whose society revolved around politics, as it was the primary day to day activity of the male citizens. athens hosted a powerful navy which was influential on more than one occasion for fighting off persian invasions. sparta is in most ways the opposite of athens. sparta is also heavily dependent on slaves, or ‘helots’ as they are called. helots primarily work the land which was conquered by sparta for agricultural production. sparta is a highly militaristic polis, having its entire society based around warfare. for more of the antiquity of greece than any other polis, sparta maintained the definitive hoplite infantry force in greece. the attitude of both of these great poleis was vastly different. athens was the sophisticated, innovative, and cultured democratic polis. sparta was completely militaristic. it was traditional, simple, and straight forward. at birth newborns in sparta were judged as being big and strong enough to become a spartiate warrior, or a child was judged incapable, and it was left in the mountains to die. at age seven children were taken into state-run educational systems where men were trained for war. athens young men were largely dedicated to battle, not to the degree of sparta, but there was a large factor making up for this fact. pericles, an athenian strategos, had urged the married women of athens to bear more children. athens population was much greater than spartas to begin with, and had a much larger birth rate. spartiates were to get married between age twenty and thirty, but until age thirty, they were to remain living in the barracks. “men living in the barracks were only permitted to meet their wives surreptitiously-a fact that may account in part for the notably low birthrate among spartiate couples.” to compete with athens, sparta’s’ militarism was necessary to keep up, but they did even manage to surpass the athenians land forces. both poleis had forms of government to match their respective differing attitudes which further high lights the polarism of these two city states. spartan government is made up of two kings, of equal power, each with their own royal family and line of succession. under them is a council of twenty-eight elders, who put issues forward for a strictly ‘yes’, or ‘no’ vote, with no discussion, by an assembly made of all spartiate warriors over thirty. there was also five ephors, who were elected officials with the task of supervising the educational system, and to protect the traditions of sparta. the ephors had the power to remove a king from command if necessary. if anything, the spartan government, and society overall was primarily static, and compared to such a polis as athens who was a quickly changing and open cosmopolitan city state, sparta could be called stubborn. athens’s form of government changed from time to time, but primarily athens was ruled by nine archons who exercised executive power in athens. they had one year terms, and once their term was over they were lifetime members of the areopagus council. the council had a large influence on the judicial matters of athens. this council was the party responsible for electing the archons. the political atmosphere in athens did change considerably, because of its open and democratic nature, and more than one politician caused political reform. politics and discussion went hand in hand. athens also hosted some of the most well known philosophers in history, socrates, plato, and aristotle, which were all very political thinkers. athens and sparta were two fundamentally different city states functioning in the same ‘country’, which at times could have been said to not have been big enough for the two of them. with each polis striving to expand outside of greece, as well as each trying to control the various smaller and less powerful poleis of greece they were fierce competitors. this elicited more than one armed conflict, including the twenty-seven year long peloponnesian war. though on a few occasions athens, sparta, and various other unfriendly poleis banded together to fight invading persians, the two poleis were both too fundamentally different, competitive, and patriotic to allow any strong unity between them beyond peace and trade treaties. they both existed as communities adapted to survive independently from other city states, and when their interests merged either it was to protect greece itself from foreign powers, or it meant conflict as they fought over resources and other goals. 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