The Philhellenism Museum

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The Philhellenism Museum
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Europe, Athens
The Museum presents the evolution of philhellenism from the Renaissance to the present day, and its contribution to the Greek War of independence. It also explains why Greece is perceived by the western world as the cradle of Western civilization and highlights the goal pursued by thousands of tourists who visit archeological sites and museums in Greece. The Museum supports classical education, the evolution of humanity on the basis of the values of Greek culture and the continuous Philhellenism, as a virtue allowing humanity to build better communities and face new challenges. The Museum’s collections document the impact that Greek and culture and civilization had on the arts, politics, literature, philosophy, innovation and social progress from the Renaissance to the present day.
  • Contains a unique collection of paintings and art objects
  • Displays show the evolution of the philhellenic movement, from the Renaissance to the beginning of the 20th century.
  • The museum’s exhibits comprise a wide collection of personal objects of Lord Byron and art related to Lord Byron’s work.
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    Free to public
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    12 Zisimopoulou Street, 11524, Athens,Greece
    Important Notes
    Following the COVID-19 restrictions, the visitors need to wear their mask appropriately and if they are not vaccinated, they should proceed to a self test a day prior to their visit.
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