New Exhibition on 1821: A Revolution Reframed

A new exhibition at the National Historical Museum in Athens seeks to highlight the ideas, causes, persons, events and results of the Greek Revolution.





Revolution ‘21 Reframed

National Historical Museum, Old Parliament Building, 13 Stadiou, Athens.
Tel. (+30) 210.322.2266

The National Historical Museum is marking the bicentennial of the Greek Revolution with a large-scale exhibition comprising seven themed sections, walking visitors through the ideological underpinnings of the uprisings, Greek war tactics and international reactions to the events.

The main exhibition in Athens will be accompanied by a number of regional exhibitions in cities and municipalities across Greece and a floating exhibition that will travel to 23 Aegean islands. This multifaceted project is under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture and is supported by local authorities and institutions.

Opening hours for the exhibition in Athens are Tuesdays to Sundays from 8.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m.

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