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Hans Christian Andersen was among the Scandinavians to visit Greece in the 18th-19th centuries whose experiences form the basis of a new exhibition.
The exhibition at the Museum of Cycladic art explores three cities that were once thriving centers in antiquity, but were subsequently abandoned and lost.
The Cretan multi-story complex with over 150 rooms was used from Minoan times through to the Roman era and continues to stun archaeologists.
At the time Athens was little more than a large village surrounded by ruins, as shown by the earliest photographs of the Greek state's new capital.
Clogg's "A Concise History of Greece," has introduced many to the country's modern history, but few know that the author played his own role in it.
The perfume was created following ancient methods for the Countless Aspects of Beauty exhibition on now at the National Archaeological Museum.
The jury behind the prestigious award praised the quality of the restoration, and the high level of cooperation between public and private bodies.
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