Following its great success, the exhibition Metamorphoses of Athens, which opened in October 2014 in the annex of the Museum Herakleidon, on the occasion of the 180 years since Athens became the capital of Greece, is being enriched, beginning on April 15, with the addition of 120 new photographs focusing on people. Furthermore, it is being extended through July 19, 2015, with the title Metamorphoses of Athens: People-Memories-Monuments. Photographic Itinerary 1839-1960 and is under the auspices of the Municipality of Athens. This exhibition is a unique tour of the development of the Greek capital and its people, thanks to rare archival material from private collections and is curated by the art historian Haris Yiakoumis. It includes more than 200 rare original photographs, two watercolors, large prints of panoramic views of Athens, old cameras, and special stereoscopic

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