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Museum of the Ancient Agora, Athens

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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  • The portico of Attalus is one of the most beautiful buildings he was gave to me to see in Athens. Rebuilt identically, it is a real feast for the eyes. His outdoor Gallery colonnaded is sublime. The building houses the Museum of the ancient agora that exposes very beautiful collections including mini decoration objects found on the site. It is accessed by the Adrianou Street. Admission € 6. (included in the combined Acropolis ticket)
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  • The Museum is part of the Agora, at the foot of the Acropolis and has his ticket included in visitation. Most of its collection are the works of Ancient Greece pottery. Worth a stop. In the building, there are toilets, water fountain and small cafeteria.
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  • This was one of the smallest of the museums we visited that was attached to a historic or archeological site. For history buffs, the Museum of the Ancient Agora is dedicated to exhibits showing the fu...  read more »
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