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nadellii

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The Hellenic Children's Museum is the only multi-thematic, interactive museum specially designed for children in Greece. The Children’s Museum is oriented to children up to 12 years of age, parents, educators and anyone else interested in learning. The Hellenic Children’s Museum “aims to encourage every child to discover, comprehend, learn, be happy and shape their self and the world which surrounds them with respect for individuality and emphasis on cooperation”. :) Its great for visiting with kids
 

Worldwide Greeks Editor

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The Athens Hellenic Children's museum is a great family and kids activity to do, here are a few resources to look at:



 

Workout classes in Athens!

My cousin recommended these for me for anyone who is interested....I am not one to workout on vacation though LOL

Posting pictures of Monastiraki square!

I can never get enough of how great Monastiraki looks!! Post your pics :)
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Is there any update on the wildfires near Athens?

Have any of you spoken to any people near Athens? How is the situation now? What is the aftermath? I am keeping everyone in my thoughts

Athens Marathon Event Opens September 1

Visit Anavissos beach near Athens!!

In a lot of ways, Anavissos is a typical beach. You can easily come here for the day to relax and enjoy the water and sun. There are plenty of sun beds and umbrellas to rent, which means that you don’t need to bring your own supplies. Because this is a resort area, there are plenty of other things to do. You can spend time in this whole area exploring the shops, eating in some of the restaurants, and even exploring the other sites at Cape Sounion like the Temple of Poseidon.
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