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Spectacular and very user friendly visit the museum and walk around acient Plaka
Well worth visiting and at the foot of the Acropolis lies the new Acropolis Museum. Brief presentations by Museum Archaeologists-Hosts are held in Greek and English every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The museum restaurant ofers panoramic views of the Acropolis and a 700 square meter public terrace…
One of Greece's must-see Museum; was built to house the Parthenon Sculptures. Do not forget to visit the cafe located on the museum's roof.
You can not forget to visit Acropolis meseum if you would like to learn about ancient greek culture.
The Acropolis Museum (Greek: Μουσείο Ακρόπολης, Mouseio Akropolis) is an archaeological museum focused on the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens. The museum was built to house every artifact found on the rock and on the surrounding slopes, from the Greek Bronze Age to…
The Acropolis Museum is a jewel of architecture and is full of treasures of antiquity. Unique exhibits that captivate you, beautiful location, opposite the rock of the Acropolis and ideal location accessible by metro.
The Acropolis Museum contains one of the most valuable collections of ancient Greek art in the world. Ticket price: 5€ per person (winter season: November-March) 10€ per person (summer season: April- October)
The architecture, content, presentation and staff engagement were all very good for our visit this afternoon. Definitely would recommend spending a couple of hours. The price right too at 5€ each. The content, lighting and signage explaining the exhibits was very good. It is a comfortable space to…
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“An extraordinary place, nothing similar in and entire world. You can feel the vibes of energy in all these areas around Parthenon. Also take your binoculars for the discovery of the entire Athens, as the 360 view is up to the sea!”
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“Really interesting museum with all the history of Athens and what felt like the whole of ancient Greece. Definitely worth a visit as it houses all the most fascinating relics from all the sites and ruins of Athens. You can view the Antikythera Mechanism, statues of Zeus, busts of Hadrian, gold of ancient warlords, and more. You will need at least 3 hours here to view everything and read about your favorite exhibits.”
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“Panathenaic links us back to the history of Athens and the pilgrimage along the Panathenaic way that took pilgrims to The Acropolis to worship Athena. This is the only stadium in the entire world that has its entire structure made of marble. The marble used for this structure was quarried from the same place where they got the marble for the Parthenon and Acropolis too.”
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“The Temple of Olympian Zeus was actually built by the Romans in an attempt to gain favor with the Greeks they had just taken over. This was their attempt to show an appreciation for the Greeks and their culture and history. The Romans had such a respect for what the Greeks had achieved that they let them worship their own gods such as Zeus. This temple was built in the Roman Corinthian order of architecture and has suffered a lot over time. One of the fallen columns fell due to an earthquake not too long ago.”
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