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Art exhibitions featuring paintings and creations by children aged 5-14, who have either won prizes in Children’s art competitions or have participated in the museum’s art workshops.

The Hellenic Children’s Museum (HCΜ), located at 14 Kidathineon Street in Plaka, is a non-profit organization, established in Athens in 1987.

Opened on the eve of the 2004 Olympic Games, the Herakleidon Experience in Visual Arts showcases cutting-edge work by new and established artists.

It is housed in a minimalist 1920s building at 7 Demokritou Street, an excellent example of early modernist architecture.

When considering venues for conferences or large-scale meetings, you are probably looking for major conference centres and hotels, all at good prices. Sure. But is this enough? If you just want your conference to be an information-sharing experience, it probably is. But your conference could, and should, be more than that.

By hosting a conference in Athens, not only will you be providing your participants with a state-of-the-art learning experience at well-equipped venues, but also with a truly unique team-building and bonding experience. Why? Because the most difficult part of any successful conference is not the mere dissemination of information; it is the networking, the team building, the exchange of ideas and the creation of human relationships, the most important aspect of any successful business model.

And there is no better place than Athens to achieve this. Your participants will be swept away by the breathtaking scenery, the rich history and culture, the vivid local spirit, and the amazing culinary experiences. They will quickly loosen up, brainstorm, inspire each other, and build business relationships that will last far beyond Athens.

To host an unforgettable conference, contact the Athens Convention Bureau. A team of dedicated professionals are at your disposal to offer you a total event solution service, quickly and efficiently.

Converted into a summer theatre by the Municipality of Petroupolis.

This expansive facility occupies a 15-hectare triangular lot between Thivon and Petrou Ralli Streets.

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