Lycabettus Hill

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Lycabettus Hill, Athens Overview

Lycabettus hill is a limestone hill which is 300 metre above sea level.

The hill is a popular tourist spot and can be ascended by the Lycabettus railway, which climbs the hill from Kolonaki. Legends say that it was once the refuge of wolves which is possibly the origin of its name. The hill also has an open-air amphitheatre at the top, which has hosted various international concerts. Among the artists who have performed at the Lycabettus theatre included Black Sabbath, Scorpians and Radiohead.

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