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Acropolis Museum Upgrades Services with New, Interactive Website

September 22, 2021

ATHENS — The Acropolis Museum has launched an upgraded website, www.theacropolismuseum.gr, it said on Wednesday.

It was created by designers Generation Y in the context of the 'Creation of the Digital Acropolis Museum' project, which offers the international community full online access to all the collections of the museum's exhibits.

The design of the website allows visitors to find information easily and quickly, and presents them with virtual tours of the physical premises.

Generation Y is an international e-business agency with offices in 10 countries and active projects in over 24.

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