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Central Council of Modern Monuments Approves Dior Event at Kallimarmaro

ATHENS — The Central Council of Modern Monuments on Friday gave a "green light" to the temporary concession of the Panathinaikos Stadium (Kallimarmaro) for the organisation of the event "DIOR CELEBRATES GREECE", on Thursday, June 17, 2021, during which the French luxury fashion house will present its "Cruise 2021" collection.

The members of the Council also approved the granting of a license for photography, filming and aerial cinematography, as well as live broadcast of the event and its posting on the internet, on the official Dior website.

On Tuesday the Central Archaeological Council unanimously approved the fashion house's request for film and photo shoots at Greek archaeological sites, including the Acropolis (for photos only), the Herodes Atticus theatre, the Ancient Agora, Sounion and Ancient Nemea.

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