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the citadel in ancient Greek towns

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The Acropolis was created in 2009 by DISA's Program Executive Office Mission Assurance & NetOps Directorate to enable the defense of the Global Information Grid mission (now known as the DODIN).
The target was a ship owner's house near the Acropolis.
The bomb exploded outside a ship owner's house near the Acropolis in central Athens on Wednesday night, causing damage but no injuries, police said.
The package rates commence at USD99 per room, per night, and include overnight accommodation; complimentary deluxe continental breakfast; and a USD30 gift certificate to The Acropolis Mediterranean Grill restaurant.
The Acropolis became, naturally, the focal point of this effort.
DON'T MISS: The Acropolis - it dominates the Athens skyline and best seen either early morning or dusk - many of its temples date back to the 5th century BC.
The President later laid a wreath, draped in the tricolour, at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on the Acropolis.
The Acropolis, from June 15 to 17, is a nightmare for drivers and engineers alike and is rated one of the toughest events in the World Rally Championship.
The four-day Acropolis Rally is habitually held in searing temperatures on bone dry roads, stretching to the limit drivers' concentration.
Still others thought that Prague is in Denmark and that the Parthenon and the Acropolis are in Egypt.
Structures include an acropolis, several pyramid-shaped temples and broad plazas laid out on large platforms.
msystems (NASDAQ: FLSH), a leader in smart personal storage, today announced that the company will be speaking at RSA Conference Europe 2006, to be held October 23-25 at the Acropolis in Nice, France.
Contract notice: Lighting lindos acropolis archaeological site
Members of Deerness' senior men's team Acropolis, who recently won pounds 100,000 in ITV's 'Lets Get Gold', will be hosting summer holiday sessions at the Ushaw Moor Gymnastics Centre for children aged between four and 16.