Below is an Athens map that highlights the main attractions in Athens.
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The Benaki Museum's extensive collection and neoclassical mansion setting make the Benaki Museum one of the premier museums in Athens. The Benakis family was a prominent Greek family who maintained their wealth after the 1921 Greek War of Independence. The Benaki Museum was established in 1929, the year Emmanouil Benakis died.
The New Acropolis Museum is located in the historical area of Makriyianni, southeast of the Rock of the Acropolis, on Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, Athens. It is only 300 meters from the Acropolis and approximately 2 kilometers from Syntagma, Athens main city square. The Museum entrance is located at the beginning of the pedestrian walkway of Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, which constitutes the central route for the unified network of the city’s archaeological sites. The Acropolis station of the Metro is on the east side of the Museum site.
Connect with the official website of the Acropolis Museum here and get all the information about exploring the Acropolis Museum, hours and ticketing, location and directions, accessibility,shops,collection etc.
Kolonaki is a wealthy, chic and upmarket district, and a fashionable meeting area. As one of the capital's leading shopping areas, it includes a number of high-end boutiques from young adult to casual fashion to prestigious haute couture from Greek and international designers. One of its main shopping streets, Voukourestiou Street, is now known for its jewellery.
The National Gallery of Art - Alexandros Soutzos Museum is located within walking distance of Syntagma Square. This art museum is dedicated to European and Greek art from the 14th century through the 20th century and has over 20,000 pieces of art.
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