Acropolis Museum launches a new weekly thematic programme

 

 

ANA-MPA -- The Acropolis Museum is launching a new weekly programme with multiple thematic sessions on Greek antiquity. 

Specifically, the thematic sessions will be held every Saturday at 13:00 and visitors will have the chance to participate along with archaeologists and museum staff to a series of debates. 

Visitors can also contribute in shaping future presentations by stating to the museum the topic that interests them. These discussions can also be made in the English language if requested. 

According to information by the Acropolis Museum, the programme is divided into 26 daily sessions, each one having a different topic and is scheduled to last at least until August.




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