The National Museum of the USAF, NMUSAF-- located at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton Ohio, is the oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world. The Museum showcases USAF history through its exhibits and special events to more than one million visitors each year.
Alsos Peristeriou is also home to the Green House (Prasino Spiti), an information centre dedicated to the issues of recycling, energy conservation and new-energy technologies. It is open daily. For those in need of a quick rest, the park is filled with comfortable seating areas as well as the “Alsos tis Polis” café, perfect for coffee, fresh juices, snacks or evening drinks with friends.
A special ten-day programme of knowledge and entertainment for children from 5 to 12 years old at Hellenic Cosmos. With different subject matter each year and original educational activities and games, children learn about the rich Hellenic heritage and tradition and develop bonds of cooperation and friendship among them.
Leave behind the clamour of Athens and spend a day at southeastern Europe’s largest botanical gardens. Located in the western suburb of Haidari, the gardens are beautifully ordered and feature numerous exotic flora. Alexandros Diomedis founded the garden with the University of Athens in the 1950s on land contributed by the Ministry of Agriculture.
Drapetsona (Greek: Δραπετσώνα) is a suburb and a former municipality in the southwestern part of the Athens-Piraeus agglomeration, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Keratsini-Drapetsona, of which it is a municipal unit.
The Fairy Museum contains artifacts and relics supposedly used by fairies, gnomes, and pixies—and it features plenty of fairy-related goodness in its gift shop, where you can buy magnetic fairy bottle necklaces, dusting wands, and dust bottles with fairy bells.
Georgios Averof (Greek: Θ/Κ Γεώργιος Αβέρωφ) is a modified Pisa-class armored cruiser built in Italy for the Royal Hellenic Navy in the first decade of the 20th century. The ship served as the Greek flagship during most of the first half of the century.
Hellenic Cosmos (Ελληνικός Κόσμος) is a modern Cultural Centre and Museum in Athens, Greece which attempts to unravel the complex issues of Hellenism. Many current cultural events take place in the centre, including the annual Plisskën music festival.
The walls and gates of ancient Piraeus. Themistocles in 493 BC started to build the fortification around Piraeus. The two main gates of the fortification are at the entrance to the modern town on Triakostou Tetartou Syntagmatos street. The Asty Gate is the westernmost gate enclosed by Pylis-Omiridou Skylitsi and Kolokotroni streets.
Hersónisos Limin (GR: Λιμήν Χερσονήσου, transliterated also Chersónissos) is located 26 km east of Iraklion. town on the road to Agios Nikolaos. Regular public transportation is available for visiting Hersonissos, departing from Heraklion and Agios Nikolaos.
In the beautiful coasts of Pieria, in the golden sand, above in the wave,you will discover the EDEM holiday club, a hospitable group of bungalows, surrounding of the green, in the coastal street that links the two coastal settlements of Paralia Beach and Olympic Beach, hardly 6 kms. from the city of Katerini.
The port of Piraeus is the chief port in Greece, the largest passenger port in Europe and the second largest in the world, servicing about 20 million passengers annually. With a throughput of 1.4 million TEUs, Piraeus is placed among the top ten ports in container traffic in Europe and the top container port in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Linked by an ecological concept, physical topography and functionality to the National Library of Greece and the Greek National Opera, the Stavros Niarchos Park is a vital green space, a breath of life for Athens and an important addition to a city with the lowest per capita green space in Europe.