I took a nice solitary walk last weekend though the Acropolis Museum. I had already seen the exhibits in the previous museum on top of the Acropolis and was amazed to discover such a lovely new place in an old and well trodden touristic path. Of course you will enjoy the numerous exhibits and the History that goes with them, but the museum itself is a sight to behold. A modernist chunk of angular concrete that surprisingly let's the ancient artifacts breathe in the abundant sunlight and visitors enjoy the great view of the Parthenon. Try to plan to visit around lunchtime, as the in house restaurant has a rather interesting Greek menu, but beware of the crowds. It can get really busy.
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