If you walk for about a mile west of Parliament, you come to the National Gallery of Art ( not well marked, so ask.) The first floor of the museum is the borrowed collection with Cezannes, money's and Gaugins. The lower floors hold the Greek artists-fantastic assortment of the Greats and the novices. Also, several exhibiting artists are on lowest floor. I think the cost of admission was just 5 euros-well worth the walk.
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