Visit to National Archaeological Museum
On December 9, 2010, our students from Advanced 1 course went to the National Archaeological Museum.
The museum, housed in an imposing neoclassical building from the end of the nineteenth century, was designed by L. Lange and remodelled by Ernst Ziller. Our students had the opportunity to observe the five large permanent collections of the museum: The Prehistoric Collection, the Sculptures Collection, the Vase and Minor Objects Collection, the Metallurgy Collection and, finally, the only Egyptian and Near Eastern Antiquities Collection in Greece.
This visit enriched the knowledge that our students have of Greek history and civilization. So, classes ended in a most pleasant and constructive way.