Archaeological sites and monuments in Greece to open free of charge for August full moon

Continuing a tradition dating back many years, the Greek culture and sports ministry has once again ordered that 115 archaeological sites and monuments in Greece will be open to the public free of charge for a series of nights before and after the full moon in August.

A series of events are planned from August 5-9, with the highlight on the night of the full moon on August 7, when 93 sites, monuments and museums in Greece will organize concerts, poetry nights, star-gazing, theatrical performances, art exhibitions, dance, tours and shadow-puppet theatre.

A further 22 sites and museums will remain open to the public without holding special events.

Entry to all sites and museums will be free of charge.


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