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December 2007 - Issue No.12
THE CONSTRUCTION

The Museum of the Hellenic Nobel Collection is now a reality

The Museum of the Hellenic Nobel Collection is a museum built to the highest modern, international standards which plans to opens its doors to the Greek and international community in 2007. The Museum has been built on the initiative of and with financing from Prof. Giorgio S. Marcou and his family. Establishment of this Museum is a major contribution to history and the advancement of sciences and the intellect.
The Museum building, covering a total surface of 3,250 m2 located over a ground, first and second floor is situated in the Halandri area of Athens at the junction of Ivis and Olympou St., and has placed particular emphasis on issues of access to its facilities for the disabled.
The museum includes a 250 m2 foyer, 700 m2 of permanent exhibition space, and 600 m2 for periodic exhibitions, a 240-seat amphitheatre fitted to the highest imaginable technical and technological standards, a 300 m2 library/reading room, 100 m2 archive, 300 m2 cafe - restaurant, private chapel and garage with 60 parking spaces.