A set of three neoclassical marvels are lined side-by-side on Panepistimiou Avenue, right in the centre of modern Athens. These were built in the early 19th century, at a time when Athens was being transformed into the capital of the then Kingdom of Greece. The three buildings of the Library, the University and the Academy were designed by two Danish architects, the Hansen brothers. Fun fact: the Academy is a smaller copy of the Austrian Parliament in Vienna. Walking east along any of the large boulevards that run around the Trilogy will bring you back to Syntagma Square and the Greek Parliament.