“The touch of an infinite mystery passes over the trivial and the familiar, making it break out into ineffable music. The trees, the stars, and the blue hills ache with a meaning which can never be uttered in words.” Rabindranath Tagore

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I’m not sure if I have the right words to describe what is to walk up to Lykavittos ( the highest hill in Athens) and see the whole town in your feet, sparkling under the morning sun, and I’m not sure if my camera was able to capture the glory of each moment, but still, I’d like to share with you my favorite place in the city- Lykavittos hill.


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© 2012  Broken Sparkles


12 Responses to “Lykavittos”

  1. fivereflections Says:

    i imagine walking up to Lykavittos would be most amazing, and having someone there to share would be even more amazing…

    lovely words love images…

    David in Maine USA

  2. Paula Tohline Calhoun Says:

    Beautiful, Blaga! Beautiful! I would love to visit Greece one day. I can vicariously enjoy it through your photos, so thank you!

    We both post4d photos today of one of our favorite places! Must be photo day! :lol:

  3. Cynthia Ann Katon-Alfonso Says:

    A feast for the senses, of the glory that once was, and still is…
    Thanks for bringing me here to your lovely site!

  4. Jan Freeman Says:

    Breathtaking, Blaga. Thanks for sharing. I really must try to visit your lovely country. Up to now, have only passed through the airport :-(

  5. dragonkatet Says:

    Wow, thanks for sharing that amazing view with us. I had no idea that the city was so large! Looks like you had a perfect day for it. :)

    • Broken Sparkles Says:

      It looks magnificent and rather big from up there, shame I live down, down, where very little of its majesty can be seen and still big, but crowded and not that pleasant to live at :)

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