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VOYAGE-GREEK SHIPBUILDING AND SEAFARING FROM ANTIQUITY TO MODERN TIMES
Museum Herakleidon presents the history the history of Greek seafaring in the Aegean and the Mediterranean, a history of maritime voyages, achievements in naval architecture, exchange of ideas and technological developments, through about 40 handmade wooden models of Greek ships (0,60 m. to 1,50 m) of excellent, detailed construction with authentic materials, based on naval architectural drawings, following traditional methods, which date from prehistoric times to the middle of the 20th century.
Odysseys_National Archaeological Museum
The new exhibition of the National Archaeological Museum "Odysseys" is the main commemorative event on the occasion of the 150th anniversary since the foundation of the Museum. It attempts to give an account of the adventurous journey of man through time considered from an abstract and symbolic perspective that draws its inspiration from the Homeric Odyssey.
CYCLADIC SOCIETY - 5.000 YEARS AGO
In 2016 the Museum of Cycladic Art celebrates 30 years of creative presence with an exhibition entitled “Cycladic Society 5,000 Years Ago” open from early December 2016 to late March 2017.
3D LIVE THEATER “…. and Juliet” by Akis Dimou Directed by Ang Lee with Pemi Zouni
The Academy Award winning director, Ang Lee, will be directing Akis Dimou’s Monologue “….and Juliet”, starring Pemi Zouni, at the Theatre of the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, in a unique 3D Live Theater experience.
“WOMEN OF PASSION, WOMEN OF GREECE”
The theatrical production “Women of Passion, Women of Greece”, that moved a wide variety of different audiences thanks to the distinctive directorial approach, accompanied by a powerful play, great acting as well as exceptional live music and impressive video design, continues its successful journey at the Theater Wagon of the Railway Carriage Theater.
PORTRAIT OF EMPEROR HADRIAN AT THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM
The Acropolis Museum honors the anniversary of the 1900 years since the ascent to the throne of Emperor Hadrian, a friend and benefactor of Athens, with the presentation of an exquisite portrait of the Emperor found in Syngrou Avenue, and an interesting video, produced by the Museum, which showcases the Emperor’s immense building program concerning the city of Athens in the 2nd cent. AD. Hadrian’s work signifies the revival of Greek Letters and Science during the time of the Roman Empire.