In collaboration with MELISSA publishing house, Dipylon participated in the issue Historica (vol. 76, April 2023) with the article in-Athens, stories of an invisible Athens.
The aim of the programme in-Athens is to highlight the different layers of the cultural heritage of Athens and to create narratives for its streets, buildings and citizens. The area of interest includes Vasilissis Sofias Avenue (from the Hilton Hotel to Panepistimiou Street), Syntagma Square, and Ermou Street (from Syntagma Square to the Kapnikarea church).
The article presents the main axes of the programme, the testimonies of three archaeologists who excavated in the study area and the stories of three architects who studied its buildings.
The publication was realized in the context of the project in-Athens, stories of an invisible Athens, co-financed by the European Union and the Competitiveness-Entrepreneurship-Innovation Operational Program (NSRF 2014-2020) (code of the project: T2ΕΔΚ-01696).