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Old March 29th, 2009, 02:25 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
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Default Appropriate gift for Athena on the Acropolis?

I'm a firm believer in checking in with the local deity and paying
respects when I visit another country. Obviously I'll want to give a
tip o' the hat to Athena when I arrive in Athens. When I go up to the
Acropolis, is there some standard gift one offers to Athena? For that
matter, do the local gendarmerie tolerate people leaving gifts and/or
saying a few words to the god of the place? Thanks in advance.
 




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