In Greek mythology Ares is the God of War. He is son of Zeus and Hera and one of the Olympian Twelve. He is also known as Mars in Rome. He is the opposite of Athena, Goddess of Peace. In mythology, he is famous for his fights with Athena and his trysts with his lover Aphrodite. His main cult is located in the City of Sparta and the Thracian Region. He is maybe the god who falls into embarrassing situations the most among Greek gods. Loved by no one, this god is trapped into difficult situations in many occasions. Ares is one of the greatest gods of Greek mythology. He has held absolute dominion on earth, and made people taste all kinds of fear and pain. Having reached his purpose, Ares enter Olympus to make his final accord with Zeus, setting the condition that no god may meddle in the world. Zeus accepts this condition of Ares and closes all doors to the earth by himself.
Open the doors to a holiday filled with surprises, representing the character and courage of Ares, the bravest god of mythology, testing the limits.