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“Ship- museum”

Floating Naval Museum Battleship Averof
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Owner description: 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 1913, during the Balkan War. Ιn 2011 the ship celebrate her 100 years birthday and thousands of people visit the Floating Naval Museum <> discovering the historical importance of the ship for the liberation of northeaster islands of Aegean Sea. Also admired the restoration of the interior of the ship, the apartments of the admiral Pavlos Kountouriotis, the quarter of the officers, the kitchens, the uniform exhibition, the armament, the bridge battle, the chapel of St. Nickolas and could made a tour to the main deck and the 2 others sub decks that are open for the visitors. As the Floating Naval Museum <> can provide a tour with a guide, every day most of the schools from Athens and all around Greece can program a visit to a living myth that stands imperious to remind in every visitor the values of freedom, of honor and Hellenic patriotism. Exhibitions and activities can occur during the next 6 months so visit our website regularly for further information.
Moscow
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“Ship- museum”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 June 2013

Old battle ship,which is museum nowdays
Georgios Averof is the world's only surviving heavily armored cruiser of the early 20th century.
She was towed to her permanent berth in Faliron Bay in 1985, where is now open as a museum. The museum also displays Athenian Trireme Olympias (reconstructed, 1987) and WW II Destroyer HS Velos (D-16)
Will be very interesting for sea lovers and kids

Visited December 2012
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Piraeus, Greece
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“Excellent Battleship Museum”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 May 2013

Visited on a Sunday afternoon in April. Not crowded. Very well maintained battleship, built in the early 1900's. Particularly enjoyed the fact that so many of the compartments on the vessel were accessible to the visitors. This battleship played a great role in the military history of Greece between 1911 and 1946, and it so nice to be able to visit.

The entry cost is really low, adults 2 euro, children 1,5 euro.

Visited April 2013
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Athens
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“Take your kids with you”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 31 January 2013

Worth visiting this history vessel. And after that, go to nearby Flisvos marina for a coffee. Take a stroll. There are also other history vessels in the area.

Visited January 2013
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UK
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“Warship Averof”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 December 2012

Good place to visit if you like ships - there's not just the Averof, but the Velos (an ex-US WW2 destroyer) a small steam cable-layer, and an accurate replica of a trireme. Modest entry fee, not sure of opening times. (I've given it 4 stars as I like ships, not sure Mrs. Althusian would have rated it so highly!)
Within a few hundred yards is a marina, shops and restaurants so no problems eating/drinking. I got there from Athens (Monastiraki) by going:
Metro Line 1 to Faliron
Exit south side of station
Walk about 100 yards E along the road, and pick up a tram eastbound
Alight Trocadero, and the ships are five minutes walk along road or through marina.

Visited August 2012
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Bucharest, Romania
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“Week-end in Athens”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 18 May 2012

Nice hotel, good location, helpful staff, comfortable rooms, very clean, a lot of facilities - coffee, tea facilities, minibar, LCD TV, bathroom with hairdrier ,small pool, old fitness room. Good choice if you want to visit Athens or to have a sea side holiday. Pleasant idea to have a day in an island - Egina will be great.

Visited May 2012
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