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In the beautiful bay of Faliro in the south suburbs of Athens you can visit the Floating Naval Museum >, a ship of 141m, the flagship of the Royal Hellenic Navy fleet in the victorious naval battles of Elli in 1912 and Limnos in the beginning of...more
Hellenic Maritime Heritage Park, Paleo Faliro 17510, Greece
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Two main decks are open, but not the engine room or the 2.nd sub deck. These are closed off for repairs. Guy at the gates did not know when they would be opened.
The museum is ok for what it is. Photos and bits and...More
We went the to sea after a few days in town. The old battleship was impressive and in good shape. Bit small compared to others but given that its probably >years older of my benchmark it is nice.
Unfortunately you cannot see machine room or...More
Returned after 10 years for a visit - and glad I came back.
Very inexpensive, so this makes for a great modern-Greek history lesson and alternative to the ancient ruins.
For children, there is lots to explore [hide and seek].
For Adults, learn something about...More
This is another historical vivid side of Greece.It's Greece famous Battleship Averof makes you understand how first and second world was cope with.she's over 100 years old and she's beautiful. in a way this museum represents in Greece a miniature of Perl harbour. After seeing...More
We happened to go on a day of National Monuments which meant we did not pay to enter. We therefore chose to buy some gifts instead. I have never seen a chapel on a ship before so that was very interesting for me to see....More