Ivanka Trump was in Athens and visited the Acropolis and the archaeological museum with her husband Jared Kushner. She posted photos on Instagram, accompanied by a text of her impressions.
As the daughter of the former US president Donald Trump pointed out in her post: "Standing atop this ancient citadel, surrounded by iconic structures like the Parthenon and the Erechtheion, I was awe-inspired by the incredible power of human ingenuity."
While at the same time, she underlined that "The panoramic views of Athens from the Acropolis were breathtaking, offering a mesmerizing blend of ancient and modern cityscapes. It's a sight that will forever be etched in my memory."
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"Exploring the Acropolis in Athens! 🇬🇷✨
The Acropolis is a testament to the incredible achievements of ancient Greek civilization and their enduring legacy. It's a place where history comes alive, transporting you back in time to an era of myth, philosophy, and cultural brilliance.
Standing atop this ancient citadel, surrounded by iconic structures like the Parthenon and the Erechtheion, I was awe-inspired by the incredible power of human ingenuity.
The panoramic views of Athens from the Acropolis were breathtaking, offering a mesmerizing blend of ancient and modern cityscapes. It's a sight that will forever be etched in my memory 💙💙💙
P.S. Go Miami Heat !"
Over the past few weeks, Ivanka has been sharing a lot of photos of herself and her family. She shared a photo of herself and her son Joseph, as the two watched the Miami Heats game at the Kaseya Center in South Florida.
“Game with my MVP,” she captioned the post, which showed her and her son dressed in matching white.
Ivanka has been a regular fixture at the team's playoff games in recent weeks - sitting courtside with her eldest son Joseph, nine, earlier this month when the pair watched the Heat beat the Celtics in Game 4 of the series.
The mom-and son-duo embraced as they posed for a photo while watching the Heat and the Boston Celtics face off in Game 4 of the NBA Conference Finals series.
She captioned the snap: '#Game4 with my MVP!'
After bidding farewell to a life of politics, Ivanka has spent a great deal of time indulging a new hobby: traveling.
The former White House senior adviser and her husband, Jared, relocated to Miami, Florida, with their three children — Arabella, 11, Joseph, nine, and Theodore, six — after her father, former President Donald Trump, left office in January 2021.
She has since been documenting her luxurious getaways on her Instagram.
Back in March, Ivanka and Jared jetted off to Jerusalem alongside their youngest son Theodore, seven, for what is thought to have been her tenth trip in a year.
Ivanka, who was raised Christian, converted to Orthodox Judaism to marry Jared in 2009, and they are raising their children in the same faith. The couple's daughter, Arabella, 11, and oldest son, Joseph, did not appear to be with them.
Before that, Ivanka enjoyed a mother-daughter trip to Paris with Arabella in December before returning to Florida to celebrate Hanukkah with their family.
Ivanka spent the last half of 2022 traveling all over the world, making stops in Europe, Asia, and Africa.
In November, she and her family flew to the Middle East for their children's first trip to Egypt ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Together, they rode camels and toured the pyramids, including the Great Sphinx of Giza, before traveling to Qatar, where they attended four World Cup matches in three days.
And although she appears incredibly eager to steer clear of her family's future involvement in politics, Ivanka is not free of her family's legal woes just yet.
In March, she asked for a delay in bringing New York Attorney General Letitia James' $250 million fraud lawsuit against The Trump Organization to trial.
She left the Trump Organization in 2017 to join her father's White House administration.
Ivanka's lawyers argued the fraud complaint 'does not contain a single allegation that Ms. Trump directly or indirectly created, prepared, reviewed, or certified any of her father's financial statements.'
She and Jared were also both issued subpoenas in February by the special counsel investigating Trump's effort to overturn the 2020 election and his role in the January 6 Capitol riots.
The former first daughter was in the White House during the Capitol riot and urged her father to address his supporters. She was also in the Oval Office when the then-president asked Pence to block or delay the congressional vote to certify the election.
Ivanka and Jared had both served as political advisors to former president Donald Trump during his presidency.