Lycabettus hill is the highest point of the center of Athens, has a height of 277 meters and is a unique area from where you have a 360 panoramic view over the city, to Piraeus port and the Saronic Gulf.
There are stairs, a road and a cable car to climb Lycabettus. In the film, a woman climbs the stairs and heads to the church of St. Georgios, located at the top of the hill, while behind her we can see parts of Athens.
The bell tower of the church raises the height to 285 meters.
From the courtyard of the church, we see at a lower level a patisserie-cafe and city buildings. The woman after her pilgrimage leaves the church and in our next shot we see an arched window, from which you can see the city that stretches around the hill and other visitors.
Another general plan of Athens and finally a man coming up, holding a camera.