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Walking in the ancient neighbourhood of the Acropolis Museum
The Parthenon Sculptures. 6 short stories of separation.
The Gallery of the Acropolis Slopes
The first exhibition space, on the Museum’s ground floor, contains finds from the Acropolis slopes.
The early history of the Acropolis
To the left of the broad staircase leading from the ground floor to the first floor are finds linked to the Acropolis’ distant past.
Archaic Acropolis Gallery
The first floor’s eastern and southern sections are devoted to the Acropolis during the Archaic period.
Other monuments of the Periklean building programme
On the west side of the Museum’s first floor, works from other monuments of Perikles’ building programme on the Acropolis are presented.
From the 5th century BC to the end of antiquity
Οn the north side of the first floor, visitors follow the trail of Acropolis history from the 5th century BC to the end of antiquity.
The Parthenon Gallery
The Museum's exhibition culminates in the third-floor gallery, which has been specially designed to accommodate the sculptures of the Parthenon.
The Archaeological Excavation
An ancient Athenian neighbourhood is uniquely incorporated into the architecture of the Acropolis Museum as an addition to its exhibits.
RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION
The amazing world of the Acropolis Museum
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