About 100 metres behind the port of Dapia in the residence of Laskarina Bouboulina, heroine of the Revolution of 1821, lies the Bouboulina Museum.
13/09/2018
Bouboulina Museum

Bouboulina Museum

About 100 metres behind the port of Dapia in the residence of Laskarina Bouboulina, heroine of the Revolution of 1821, lies the Bouboulina Museum.
16/01/2018

Museum of National Resistance of Ilioupoli

The Museum of National Resistance of Ilioupoli, Municipality of Ilioupoli, is a monument to the struggles of the Greek people against the threefold occupation of Axis forces.
08/12/2017

Museum of Traditional Pottery

Στο Μουσείο Νεώτερης Κεραμικής υπάρχουν μόνιμες εκθέσεις παραδοσιακής κεραμικής και τρία εργαστήρια: ένα χωρίς τροχό, ένα με χειροκίνητο τροχό και ένα με ποδοκίνητο τροχό.
09/10/2017

War Museum

In 1964, the Greek state decided to establish a museum to honour those who fought for the Greek independence throughout its long history.
09/10/2017

Tzistarakis Mosque

Built in 1759 by the governor Tzistarakis during the second period Ottoman occupation (1689-1821), the Tzistarakis Mosque is one of the few Muslim monuments remaining in Athens.
09/10/2017

The Averof Battleship

Built in Italy and bought by the Greek government in 1909, this 10,000-ton armoured cruiser boasted the most modern weaponry of its time.
09/10/2017

Spathareio Shadow Theatre Museum

Working in collaboration with the municipality of Maroussi, the famous shadow-theatre artist Eugene Spatharis created a permanent home for Karagiozis (a traditional figure in Greek folklore).
09/10/2017

Potter’s Productive, Supplying and Consuming

The Cooperative covers four acres and houses over 40 potters. Its aim is to educate elementary- and secondary-school students in Attica, and educate its thousands of annual visitors about the art of ceramics.
09/10/2017
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Peiraios Street Cultural Centre

The multi-dynamic Peiraios Street Cultural Centre is an industrial building of the 1960’s transformed into a modern museum space, which includes a central atrium, a 400-seat amphitheatre, designed to accommodate multiple events and an exhibition-halls span of 3,000 m2.