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The Municipal Art Gallery of Athens, celebrating the 100 years since its inauguration and the 180 years of Athens as capital of Greece, is hosting the exhibition Athens 180 years capital of the Greek State.
In order to honour the 400 years since the death of the famous artist El Greco, the Benaki Museum in Athens is organizing two exhibitions dedicated to this great Renaissance painter.
An exhibition entitled Ghika- Fermor- Craxton: 3 places, 3 creators is organized by the Benanki Museum and presents the friendship between the three artists and the impact of the Greek landscape on their work.
The Erechtheion, the most sacred monument of the Acropolis Hill, will become accessible to the public in the near future, after the plan for the reconstruction of the temple's floor.
The famous TBEX Europe 2014 is taking place in the next days in Athens, from October 23rd to 25th, 2014, at the Conference Center of the Athens Concert Hall (Megaron).
The Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens organizes a small tribute exhibition with the title The Depiction of Death in the Work of El Greco to honor the 400 years since the death of this great artist.
Athens Classic Marathon changes name to Authentic Marathon. This year, it is taking place on November 9th, including a 10km and 5 km race, apart from the Marathon Route.
The Museum of Acropolis was ranked the 8th Best Museum in the world, according to the users of the popular online travel guide, TripAdvisor. It was actually ranked above the British Museum and the Louvre.
A Greek development fund announced yesterday plans for the transformation of the former Athens airport of Hellinikon into a world-class tourist resort with luxury hotels, residences, a large park, concert facilities and yacht marina.
Two masterpieces of the Early-Cycladic civilization returned to their home, Greece, after spending many years in a German museum. They are now on display at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.
The Association of Greek Choreographers celebrates 13 years of continuous presence and contribution in arts with an important festival of contemporary Greek dance.
A new archaeological site in Athens is ready and will officially open to visitors within the next days: the Lyceum of Aristotle, that was actually Aristotle's school of philosophy.
For the 14th year in the row, the Athens Jazz Festival will take place at the Technopolis Cultural Venue in Gazi quarter (Keramikos). Entrance to all concerts is free.
A new bus line in Athens will connect the cruise dock in Piraeus port with the city centre. This will be the express line X80.
An exhibition entitled Yannis Tsarouchis: Illustrating an Autobiography is presented at the Benaki Museum, Pireos Street Annex. The exhibition interprets the first stages of the artist's career and investigates his influences through his own drafts, notes, writings and photographic material.