Greek cities and resorts
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Patras became an important city around 150 BC, when the Romans captured the region and Caesar Augustus built a colony there around 25 BC. It is divided into an older, upper city with many restored neoclassical buildings, and a lower, more recently developed city, with winding streets and stairways connecting the two
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The fans of culture will find here many interesting attractions, because the old town mostly reminds of a museum, spread entirely under the open sky. Once outside the city, you immediately will find yourself in another world - a world of tranquility landscapes, twisting paths and a fragrant vegetation.