General description for Athen National Archaeological Museum
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The National Archaeological Museum
in Athens is the largest of its kind in Greece and is respected as one of the great museums in the world. It has the most in depth collection of
Ancient Greek artifacts worldwide.
Let yourself be enthralled by the combination of the physical objects and the rich stories and history, woven together to take you back to Ancient Greece and civilization, which helped shape who we
- The Golden Death Mask / Mask of Agamemnon
- The Boy Jockey
- Artemisium Bronze (either Zeus or Poseidon)
- The Antikythera Ephebe – statue of youth
- Opening times: Vary throughout the year. Check the official website
- Entrance fee: 7 €, (3 € for EU senior citizens & non EU students, Free for EU students & people under 19 yrs)
- Transport: 5 minutes from Victoria and 10 minutes from Omonoia metro stations. Bus no. 224, 226.
- Address: 44 Patission St., Athens
- More information: www.namuseum.gr, http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/1/eh155.jsp?obj_id=3249