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The new Acropolis Museum in Athens marks the end of a period of planning and discussion that has lasted for more than 30 years.
The extension of the metro and Kifissia-Piraeus electric railway
A "high-profile" arrest was made yesterday in connection with illegal possession of antique items.
A good ending had the 123 passengers and the crew of the Boing 731, which belonged to Easy Jet air company.
About half of the sidewalks of Attica are dangerous for the pedestrians, especially to the elderly, due to obstructions and damages on them, according to a study published by the Athens University Medical School.
An important exhibition of ancient Cretan works of art from the Nikolaos Metaxas Collection, on loan from the Heraklion Archaeological Museum in Crete, is on display at the Athinais Cultural Center, Athens.
An exhibition titled Eleutherna: Polis-Acropolis-Necropolis, featuring around 500 ancient Cretan archaeological artifacts, is currently held at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens.