The Central Archaeological Council unanimously gave its opinion, a few days ago, in favor of accepting the proposal of the Acropolis Monuments Preservation Committee and Professor Manolis Korre, for the restoration of the western access of the Acropolis.
As the chairman of the Acropolis Monuments Preservation Committee, Manolis Korres, told Athens 9.84 and Jason Triantaphyllides, "The aim is to improve access to the Acropolis, in order to remove erroneous interventions of the past, to highlight the monumental character of access to the Holy Rock and to resolve the issues of managing the traffic of visitors"
He added that "The visitor will see what it was and not something we invented and in fact in a way that is completely different from any historical and logical form."
He even stressed that "all monuments become more understandable because they have the level of reference on which they were designed by the ancients."
Finally, he stated that "all surfaces and plateaus serve people with disabilities, as well as all visitors"