We head back up Filopappou Hill to get a wonderful, iconic view of the Parthenon at night.
Close to the monument there is a stone structure with iron gates.
According to tradition, this is the prison where the great Greek philosopher Socrates was imprisoned and died.
The 147-meter high hill is close to the Acropolis so you are at the ideal location to gaze at the famous landmark of Athens.
In 115 AD, a monument dedicated to the exiled Roman Prince Gaius Julius Antichus Philopappos of Commagene (a region in ancient Armenia) was erected on top of the hill.