The Industrial Gas Museum exhibits material on the old Athens Gasworks plant which supplied energy and lighting to Athens for almost 130 years from 1857 to 1984.

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Industrial Gas Museum, Athens

The Industrial Gas Museum exhibits material on the old Athens Gasworks plant which supplied energy and lighting to Athens for almost 130 years from 1857 to 1984..

The Industrial Gas Museum exhibits material on the old Athens Gasworks plant which supplied energy and lighting to Athens for almost 130 years from 1857 to 1984.


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About Industrial Gas Museum

 Pireus 100 Greece, Athens 118 54, Greece

 +30 21 0347 5518

 www.technopolis-athens.com

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