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January at the SNFCC

ATHENS — At the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC), every day is an opportunity for discovery. Explore the paths of the Stavros Niarchos Park and details of the architectural landmark.

See the gardens in constant seasonal evolution and the fountains at the Canal in constant choreographed motion. Play games in a sports area or relax in the Agora.

The SNFCC is for meeting, reading, listening to music, learning, discussing, surrendering to the magic of the opera. Until it’s healthy and safe to reopen the SNFCC’s indoor spaces, the cultural institution will stream a program of free events for all ages online.

Dive into the schedule of events for January.

The SNFCC was created through a grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) and delivered to the people of Greece in 2017. Since then, SNF has continued to support the SNFCC in a number of ways, including for its monthly programming.

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