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WEDNESDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019
A THING TO DO THIS WEDNESDAY

in ATHENS
PRICE: €8 (adult)
TIME: 1-2 hours
Over 100 cars of all shapes and sizes are on view at the Hellenic Motor Museum, in a shiny modern gallery on three floors of Athens's Capitol Mall. From 10am to 1pm this Wednesday, ascend a spiral ramp and discover the history of the wheel and, as well as strange and stylish motorcars, an early 20th century workshop.
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ATHENS
37.98°N, 23.73°E

Sunrise: 07:15
Sunset: 19:18
Weather: sky is clear, 26°C max, 22°C min


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