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Why was Athens the most important city of ancient Greece?

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    Athens was the largest city in ancient Greece. It was the center of democracy, literature, philosophy, and military might.

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    Was there anything special/important in Sparta?

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    Sparta was a powerful military city-state.

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    Thank You very much

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    You're very welcome.

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