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On a day in which the ultimate masculine Greek name and meaning is celebrated, Andrew (Greek: Ἀνδρέας), I coincidently took notice of an exhibition that also celebrates many other names. These names, however, belong to the other gender. Actually, it is the female gender and...More
Absolutely love that so modern and colorful museum! You just need to stop at Syntagma station and it is located near to the Benaki museum. Visiting both of them is a great idea because they are both very different. Unless if you don’t have a...More
tThe foundation is just opposite the Greek Parliament in Vas.Sofias Ave. and Merlin Str.It is primarily conserned of music and fine arts.During the year people can enjoy very interesting painting exhibitions (now is Sot.Soronga's- a very famous Greek painter-exhibition) Also in the art shop you...More
I visited today and went through a three floor exhibit of Picasso and Cocteau. It was very fascinating. The staff are quite amiable. The museum is a stone throw from Syntagma square where change of the guards takes place.
This is a building that houses exhibitions, concerts, theater plays etc. and for that, it does the job to an excellent degree. Its theater is nice, the exhibition space well lit and overall the presentation and cleanliness is top notch.
A very interesting foundation worth visiting while being in Athens.
It is in Syndagma Sq. opposite the Greek Parliament.
Before visiting try to seek its Programme of exibitions and music performances. Also do not miss to visit its chic caffe restaurant.Also very interesting souvenir shop...More
Not a major attraction on the tourist charts, this venue is a must for anyone staying in Athens a few days and wanting to sample real Athenian atmosphere. It is housed in a new-classical building, hosts high-end art exhibitions, has a very nice restaurant and...More
Perhaps the best place to get your bearings is Syntagma Square, crowned by the imposing Parliament building on its upper side and surrounded by other large structures, such as the exclusive Hotel Grande Bretagne. The grand avenues that lead towards Omonia are also full of massive Neoclassical edifices like the Numismatic Museum and those around smaller Platia Kolokotroni. Here you will find lots of travel agents,
bookshops and fashion shops, especially on Ermou Street. Just south of Syntagma Square, you can take a breather in the lush National Gardens, which extend into the grounds of the Zappeio palace and beyond to the ancient Temple of Olympian Zeus.