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The Hellenic Maritime Museum traces the maritime history of Greece from prehistoric times to the modern day.
The Hellenic Maritime Museum traces the maritime history of Greece from prehistoric times to the modern day. It exhibits paintings, maps, ship models, and information on maritime technology. The conning tower of submarine RHS Papanikolis which was operational during World War II is also on display.
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Terpsitheas Square has the Statue of Iro P Konstantopoulou, a Greek National Liberation Front member who was executed by the Nazis
The bronze statue of Palaion Patron Germanos on Psila Alonia Square honors the bishop who led the uprising against the Ottoman Empire in Patras
The Floating Navy Museum on the Georgios Averof cruiser at Trocadero quay showcases Greek naval tradition
Olympias is a reconstruction of an ancient Athenian trireme, a maritime vessel with 3 rows of oars that was used by ancient Greeks
The Flisvos Marina in Paleo Faliro has a well developed waterfront complex with numerous restaurants, cafes, and shops