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The Numismatic Museum

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The Numismatic Museum AthensThis museum was home to famed archaeologist Schliemann whose excavation of Troy made him a well known figure around the world. On display are over 50,000 Greek coins made of bronze, silver and gold. These are intricate pieces of art and worth looking at.

 

Timings: Daily [except Monday] 8 A.M- 2:30 P.M.
Address: 12 Panepistimiou
Admission: 3 EUR
Tel: 210-364-3774

 

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