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22Oct

The golden Athena of Phidias at the Acropolis Museum

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The Acropolis Museum celebrates the anniversary of October 28th by introducing the lost statue of Athena the Virgin. More specifically the statue which was constructed by Fidias is about to come to life. On this day, the Acropolis Museum invites its visitors to attend an adventure of knowledge regarding his materials, construction techniques and more.

 All representations will be held from the archeologists-carers in Greek( at 12, 1 and 4 AM) and in English( at 11 PM and 3 AM). The registrations for all presentations will be held on the same day 30 minutes before the begging of the presentation. Up to 30 visitors per presentations are allowed.

 On Monday 28th of October all exhibition rooms of the museum and the archeological excavation will be open from 8 PM untill 6 AM( free entrance). Also another exhibition will be open which is dedicated to the rebuild and the great effort of the Acropolis’ marble creators.

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