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Two Athens Metro Stations to Be Closed from 16:30

ATHENS — The metro stations "Evangelismos" and "Megaro Mousikis" will be closed from 16:30 on Wednesday, according to the police, due to the inauguration event of the new building of the National Gallery in the presence of VIP guests. The trains will pass through without stopping.

Also, according to STASY (fixed rail transport), by order of the police, the services to the airport departing for Nikea at 13:01, 13:31, 16:31, 17:01, 21:01 and 21:31 will be cancelled, as will the return services from the Airport to Nikea departing at 14:02, 14:32, 17:32 and 22:02.

 

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