Articles of interest in Kallithéa
Peristeri Indoor Hall (also known as Peristeri Arena and Andreas Papandreou Arena) is an indoor sporting arena that is located in Peristeri, a western borough of Athens, Greece. The arena is named after Andreas Papandreou, the former Prime Minister …
The Municipal Art Gallery of Piraeus is a museum in Piraeus, Greece. It was inaugurated in 1957 as part of the Municipal Library in the building of the Municipal Theatre. In 1985 it became an independent department.
The Bafi Refuge (also spelt Mpafi) refuge belongs to the Greek Mountaineering Club, E.O.S. Athens founded in 1928 and is in the Mount Parnitha National Park, at an altitude of 1160m, roughly 2.5 km from Mont Parness, inside the national park. Ιn Apr…
The Melina Merkouri Cultural Centre is a municipal cultural organization in Athens, Greece. It is housed in an impressive old hat factory in Thisseio. The Centre has two permanent exhibitions, the one called "Travelogue of Athens", which presents th…
Marousi station (Greek: Σταθμός Μαρουσίου - Stathmos Marousiou) is on Athens Metro Line 1, in Marousi, a northern suburb of Athens, Greece. It is situated at the 23.457 km mark from the starting point in Piraeus.
Katechaki is an Attiko Metro Blue Line (Line 3) station, located at "Katechaki Avenue" and "Mesogeion Avenue".
KAT station (Greek: Σταθμός ΚΑΤ or Stathmos KAT) is an Athens Metro train station in Kifissia, Greece, next to the Traumatic Recovery Center (KAT), from which it derives its name. The station is situated several kilometres north of Athens and 24.631…
Gounaropoulos Museum is a museum located in Athens, Greece. It was founded in 1979 and belongs to the municipality of Zografou. The museum aims to present and promote the work of the painter Giorgos Gounaropoulos (1889-1977). The museum is housed in…
The Folk Art Museum of Acharnes is a museum in Acharnes, a northern suburb of Athens, Greece. It was founded in 1977 by the local Greek Mountaineering Society, which also formed the Historical and Folklore Association in 1981, to which it bequeathed…
The Danish Institute at Athens (Danish: Det Danske Institut I Athen; Greek: Ινστιτούτο της Δανίας στην Αθήνα) is one of the 17 foreign archaeological institutes operating in Athens, Greece.
The City of Athens Cultural Center is the cultural center of the Municipality of Athens, in Greece. It is housed in an 1836 neoclassical building in the center of Athens. Originally the building housed the Municipal Hospital.
The Austrian Archaeological Institute at Athens (German: Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut (ÖAI) Athen; Greek: Αυστριακό Αρχαιολογικό Ινστιτούτο Αθηνών) is one of the 17 foreign archaeological institutes operating in Athens, Greece.
Athens Arena (Athinon Arena) is a grand music venue in Athens, Greece. It is a large-scale convention centre and concert hall, designed to host up to 3,000 people seated. It is owned by the Papatheoharis Group. Artists featured in the Arena are Mari…
The Ano Patisia station (Greek: Σταθμός Άνω Πατησίων) is an Athens Metro station in Ano Patisia, Athens, Greece. It is located at 15.269 km from the starting point in Piraeus.
The Zoological Museum of the University of Athens is a museum in Athens, Greece.
Pieridis Museum is a museum in Athens, Greece. Its collection includes items dating back almost nine thousand years, from the neolithic period to the Middle Ages. They are a part of the archaeological collection of the Pierides Museum in Larnaca, Cy…
Neapoli Stadium is football stadium in Nikaia, Attica, near Piraeus.
The Marika Kotopouli Museum is a modern art museum in Zografou, Athens, Greece. The building housing the museum was built by the famous Greek theater actress Marika Kotopouli (1887–1954) as her holiday home in 1926. During the Second World War, the …
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