Exhibitions

Photographic Memory: AMTh Exhibition Probes Thessaloniki’s Long History

In the “Memory of the City” exhibition at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, photographers explore the history of this millennia-old crossroads.

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Exhibitions

Morosini Exhibition: The Man Who Bombed the Parthenon

Marking 400 years since his birth, the Gennadius Library in Athens is hosting an exhibition on the Venetian Doge Fransesco Morosini.

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Exhibitions

Benaki Museum Presents Cycladic Finds from the Mycenaean Age

The exhibition reveals the remarkable cultural heritage of the Mycenaeans, who were the source of inspiration for the Iliad and the Odyssey.

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Exhibitions

Two Collections Meet at Thessaloniki’s Museum of Byzantine Culture

The exhibition presents 129 cultural works, icons, liturgical items, vestments, and holy relics dating from the 14th to the beginning of the 20th century.

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Exhibitions

Mare Liberum: Yiorgis Yerolymbos’ New Photo Exhibition at the Skoufa Gallery

He's a photographer, architect, and sailor. Now, for the first time, Yerolymbos’ images of the sea are presented as a collection.

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Exhibitions

New Greek PM Will Seek Parthenon Sculptures from Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has petitioned for the Parthenon sculptures to be returned for Greece's bicentennial independence celebrations in 2021.

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Museums

NAM: Ancient Ships the Theme of the New ‘Unseen Museum’ Exhibit

The latest exhibits to emerge from the depths of the National Archaeological Museum's storerooms shed light on ancient ships and mariners.

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Exhibitions

Sneak a Peek of the Athens Photo Festival 2019

The annual photography festival draws exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. Here are some of the works we love this year.

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