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A pleasure trip in Athens and Ancient Acropolis museum

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  • 1 Day
  • Athens, Greece

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Panathinaiko Stadium

Amusing Times start with a short stop to Panathinaiko Stadium where the first Olympic Games took place in 1896. Go on with an overview drive passing by Ex Royal Palace Zappion Hall, Roman Temple of Olympian Zeus, National Garden, Hadrian’s Arch, St. Paul’s Church Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Schliemann’s House, Catholic Cathedral, Academy, Universit and National Library.

Acropolis 

Take the road to the archaeological site of Acropolis an UNESCO’S world heritage memorial  and visit Propylae, Temple of Athena Nike, Erechtheion with its porch of Maidens and of course the Parthenon

The Ancient Acropolis Museum

Go on with a nice  short walk passing  by Herodion and Dionysus Theater, in order to visit the Acropolis Museum. Fundamental attractions such as votives, artifacts of daily life, monuments  from archaic period, Caryatids, and of course the Parthenon hall with the metopes, the pediments and the frieze will amaze you

Syntagma Square 

The trip  starts  with an overview  drive around Syntagma square, going by National Garden, Hadrian’s Arch, St. Paul’s Church, Parliament, Tomb of the Unknown.Soldier, Schliemann’s House, Catholic Cathedral, Academy, University, National Library, and Russian Orthodox Church

The Modern  Acropolis Museum 

The new Acropolis museum is regarded as  one of the most significant archaelogical museums in Athens and ranks among the most important museums of the world the first time ever all the surviving treasures of the Acropolis will be seen together in one place Works currently took  storage or in other museum in Greece and all over the world are now together in one trademark new museum close to their original location. The Acropolis museum’s principle attractions are  such as votives, artifacts of every day life, statues from archaic term, Caryatids, and of course the Parthenon hall with the metopes, the pediments and the frieze will impress you

Museum of Islamic Art “BENAKI”

The improvement of Islamic civilization from the first rise of Islam up to the Ottoman period and the corresponding development of Islamic art up to the 19th century are demonstrated by more than 8,000 works of art, including ceramics, gold, metalwork textiles and glass, smaller groupings of bone objects, inscribed funerary steles and weaponry, as well as the marble-faced interior of a reception room from a 17th-century Cairo mansion. The two carved wooden memorial door panels from 8th century Mesopotamia rank amongst the more significant things in the collection, as do the unique reed wat from 10th -century Tiberias, the small brass box bearing the signature of Ismail bn alWard al-Mausili dated 1200, the bronze astrolabe of Ahmad ibn al-Sarraj dated 1328/29, and the famous 16th century velvet saddle from Bursa.

“Benaki” Greek Culture Museum

The Museum houses an incomparable exhibition on Greek culture arranged diachronically from prehistory to the 20th century. There are 3 lasting collections that refer to Prehistoric, Ancient Greek and Roman Art Byzantine Art and Historic Hairlooms. The collection of Prehistoric, Ancient Greek and Roman antiquities covers an enormous chronological period stretching from the dawn of prehistory to the end of the Roman era. The Byzantine collection is exceptionally rich, despite the fact that it is not representative of all the varied artistic tendencies and currents which flourished during the thousand-year Byzantine Empire, and is divided into two groups. The historical heirlooms collection creates again the history of modern Greece from the end of the 18th century onwards.

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