I have been passing by this staple of the Athenian Plaka for years, but I get a little thrill yet, everytime I see it. Centuries ago the city would have been littered with such choregic monuments, which were set up to commemorate an aristocratic patron of a theatre production won the top prize. This one used to be part of the library of the Capuchin monastery that was once on the site.
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