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We were leaving from the bar which was next door friday night and we standed a few minutes outside of this gallery observing the show room . I saw some small pieces from ceramic which was made great coz the idea was excellent. I decided...More
I popped up for a glass of wine next door... it was a busy night for the bar and they organised a table for us in front of the display of the gallery... the art objects attracted my attention and i didnt hesitate to get...More
My husband and I just happened to pass down Lembesi Street en route from the Acropolis Museum to our hotel, when my attention was caught by a stunning retail window of unique jewelry, ceramics, art and a variety of household decorative items. My suggestion to...More
So there I was sipping away a glass of Chardonnay next door, when suddenly a hairy dog run out of the adjacent gallery followed by a weird brunette, which was then followed by an even weirder blonde with hands full of paint. When I asked...More
First, let me divert a moment to express my love for Fall in Art's neighbors, Wine O'Clock, because if it was not for my experience there, I would never have discovered the intimate gallery that these two talented sisters are so willing to share.
Wow! Walking into the store, I didn't know what to look at first, the beautiful hand made jewellery, the details sculptures, the exquisite abstract artwork (I wish I could take one home with me, but I don't think it would fit in my suitcase!). The...More
off the acropolis busy streets the artist natassa nikoletou show her work which is full of imagination. from small pieces to big painters every single piece out of her imagination with a meaning behind of each creation. great work worth the visit!!!
Located right next to Acropolis museum, Fall in Art is a wonderful space where you can see Natassa's exhibitions on various themes. A very pleasant surprise is also the jewellery exhibition which is very unique! Definitely a place to visit.
Named after the well-preserved Thission (ancient temple of Hephaestus), Thissio is blessed with a small wooded park and some less frenetic streets that offer numerous quieter places to stay and eat. Largely pedestrianized Apostolou Pavlou Street runs between the Acropolis and forested Filopappou Hill, well worth climbing for more great panoramas, until it merges with Dionysiou Areopagitou Street. This leads to the
up-and-coming area of Makriyanni, whose centerpiece is the magnificent new Acropolis Museum. Opposite the museum is the entrance to the southern slopes of the Acropolis, while the eponymous metro station nearby is at the top of Makriyanni Street, another strip of touristic cafés and restaurants.