Greece’s Culture and Sports Ministry will open 115 archaeological sites and monuments to public to enjoy the August Full Moon on Monday 7th August 2017. Continuing a tradition dating back many years, the entrance is free of charge.
A series of events is planned from 5th to 0th August 2017, with the highlight to be on the night of full moon on August 7th.
93 archaeological sites, monuments and museums across the country will host concerts, poetry nights, star-gazing, theatrical performances, art exhibitions, dance, tours and shadow-puppet theatre.
A further 22 archaeological sites and museums will remain open to the public without organising special events.
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