Athínai: Odeion Hrodou tou Attikou

Country: Greece (Ellás)
City: Athínai
Location: south-west part of the Acropolis

[Odeon/Odeum of Herodes Atticus]

Ancient Greek concert building, built ca. 161 for Herodes Atticus, a wealthy citizen of Athens, in memory of his late wife. Originally covered by a roof. 267 destroyed by the Hirullians. Restored in the 1950s. Currently used for theatre performances and concerts by the Athens Summer Festival. Ca. 5000-6000 seats.

[Athinai: Odeion Hrodou tou Attikou] Front Text: "Theatron Hrodou tou Attikou - Athènes - Théâtre Hérode Atticus"
Handwritten Reverse Text: dated 9 Sep 1952
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
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[Athinai: Odeion Hrodou tou Attikou] Front Text: "Teatron Hrodou Attikou"
Type: Real Photo
Size: Classic
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[Athinai: Odeion Hrodou tou Attikou] Reverse Text: "Athinai, Odeion Hrodou tou Attikou - Athens, The Odeon of Herode Atticos - Athènes, L'Odéon d'Hérode Atticus - Athen, Das Odeon des Herodes Atticus"
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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[Athinai: Odeion Hrodou tou Attikou] Front Text: "Athinai, To Odeion Hrodou tou Attikou, Sunaulia - Athènes, L'Odéon d'Hérode Atticus, Un concert - Athens, The Odeon of Herode Atticus, A concert - Athen, Das Odeon des Herodes Atticus, Ein Konzert - Atene, L'Odeo di Erode Attica, Un concerto"
Size: Classic
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