A century of Greek Passenger Ship

Jan 22, 2009 — Feb 08, 2009 • Category: Events
The exhibition A century of Greek Passenger Ship is presented from January 22nd to February 8th in the Eugenides Foundation, Athens. The exhibition includes photos of more than 125 Greek-owned ships that are presented for the first time to the public. Visitors will also have the chance to read newspaper articles and get a glimpse of each ship's history. Starting from the firt ship that was built in the United Kingdom in 1907, the exhibition goes on with many other vessels that were used either to carry passengers or as cruise ships. The exhibition is availiable at two languages (English and Greek) and the entrance is free. Working hours Monday and Tuesday: 10.00 p.m.- 1 a.m. Wednesday to Sunday: 10.00 p.m.- 8.30 a.m. Where: Athens Planetarium, Sygrou 378 Ave

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