"I shall conclude, by reminding you of what Lysippus says in one of his comedies: "Whoever does not desire to see Athens is stupid; whoever sees it without being delighted is still more stupid; but the height of stupidity is to see it, to admire it, and to leave it." Anacharsis Vol. 2, p. 233
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