Technopolis of the Municipality of Athens

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The Technopolis of the Municipality of Athens, in the heart of the city, at Gazi, is a lively multifunctional cultural area which was created for the promotion of arts, the development, entrepreneurship, innovation, education, the promotion of cultural heritage and creating to the public an awareness in issues of social character. It is housed at one of the most important industrial monuments of the city, where once operated the gas factory from 1854, Technopolis is a meeting point of cultural events that cover the whole spectrum of the arts, like music, dancing, cinema, theatre etc., gathering at its areas more than 700,000 visitors annually. The charm of another era that springs from the chimneys, the ovens and all the equipment creates admiration to the public both to enjoy a walk at the museum at an area filled with images, knowledge and emotions and to watch some of the most interesting events. One of the most important areas in Technopolis is the Gas Industrial Museum which has operated since 2013 aiming at demonstrating unknown aspects of the modern and contemporary history of Athens. Equally interesting is the creation of the innovation & Entrepreneurship Node (INNOVATHENS) which was inaugurated in May 2014.
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