A 5.9 magnitude earthquake rattled Athens Sept. 7 and destroyed hundreds of buildings in the suburbs northwest of the city, killing some 115 people, but doing little damage elsewhere. Aftershocks rumbled through the region in the succeeding days, but all tourist facilities continued operating normally, including the airport. Travel to Greece was not affected. A 5.8 magnitude aftershock of the Aug. 17 earthquake shook the same area Sept. 13 and destroyed buildings already damaged in the earlier temblor. The quake caused damage in the towns of Adapazari , Golcuk, Izmit and Kocaeli. Travel to Turkey was not affected.