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The National Observatory of Athens (NOA; Greek: Εθνικό Αστεροσκοπείο Αθηνών) is a research institute in Athens, Greece. Founded in 1842, it is the oldest research foundation in Greece, as it was the first scientific research institute built after Greece became independent in 1829, and one of the oldest research institutes in Southern Europe.
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I had the opportunity to visit this location during a temporary exhibition by Villarojas. Very nice view, short and interesting museum inside
A real jewel in the area of Thission. Exquisite buildings, superb view and an important research centre.
The best place to see the stars in the athenian sky.
Just a breath away from busy Acropolis and Thiseion, immerse yourself in a time travel to the 18th century Athens! Beautiful walks, amazing buildings, gardens and the oldest observatory of the Greek capital. 5*****
Excellent guided tour of the oldest observatory in Athens. Extremely interesting copy of the Antikithyra mechanism, the oldest analog computer found on earth. Be prepared for strenuous sitting or standing arrangements.