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I am the type that likes to views historical areas. Places like this amaze me. We are viewing pieces from 2400 years ago and the skill and workmanship amazes me. This will cost you 8 euro but well worth strolling through areas we have studies...More
An apocalypse even for me, an athenian citizen, as this museum offers a time lapse experience to what used to be the city 's "mall", till the early years of the byzantin empire. Objects of everyday 's life, as kitchen equipments to what I would...More
Attalos Stoa is hosting the museum of Ancient Agora. Both first and second floors are worth visiting ... especially when the sun is hot: the stoa's shadow is very appreciated. While visiting the agora, it is a nice touristic spot.
We visited the Acropolis in the morning and the Acropolis Museum that is indoors and displays a significant collection. This museum is open to the outdoors and has a beautiful sculpture collection that feels refreshing and overlooks the ruins and a lovely old church on...More
Street walking in traditional road in the centre of Athens. Ancient Agora is a place you should definitely visit...
The neighborhood is awash in the touristy flotsam. This too as a tourist trap but has been much longer than most...in ancient times tourists went here . And so should you. Not to rush. Soak it up. The time to feel the past washing over...More
The Stoa of Attalos is a beautifully-rebuilt building that's a major attraction of the Ancient Agora. But visitors should spend some time browsing through the exhibits of this small museum that's housed within the Stoa. While its exhibits might not necessarily match those in the...More
Located at the Stoa of Attalos, in the Ancient Agora of Athens, this little museum sure packs a punch with a nice selection of artifacts, ceramics, and sculptures from antiquity. Don't overlook the museum gift shop, which has quite a few nice books and souvenirs,...More
There are some interesting artifacts. Lots of history and some fascinating exhibits dealing with ancient voting. i.e. the origin of the black ball. Near the Agoura a nice walk.