capital of Greece, in the SE part: pop. 772,000: became established as the center of Greek culture in the 5th cent. , when it was the capital of ancient Attica
See Athens in American Heritage Dictionary 4
The capital and largest city of Greece, in the eastern part of the country near the Saronic Gulf. It was at the height of its cultural achievements and imperial power in the fifth century B.C. during the time of Pericles. Athens became the capital of modern Greece in 1834, two years after the country achieved its independence from Turkey. Population: 745,000.
A city of northeast Georgia east-northeast of Atlanta. It was founded in 1785 as the site of the University of Georgia, which was chartered that year and established in 1801. Population: 112,000.