Museum of the City of Athens

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The Museum of the City of Athens
Vouros Otto.jpg
Established 1973
Location 5-7 Paparigopoulou Str., Athens, Greece
Type City museum
Public transit access Athens Metro stations:

Museum of the City of Athens Vouros - Eutaxias is a museum in Athens, Greece. It houses a collection of a variety of Athens-related items collected by art collector Lambros Eutaxias (1905-1996). It includes antiquities, Byzantine art, sculptures, paintings, drawings, photographs and metal, glass and textile works. Also it includes furniture arranged in typical living rooms of the Athenian aristocracy of the 19th century.

This building was the first royal palace of Greece under the reign of King Otto of Greece.[1]


  1. ^ John Van der Kiste, Kings of the Hellenes: The Greek Kings 1863–1974 (Sutton Publishing, 1994).

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Coordinates: 37°58′43.85″N 23°43′53.5″E / 37.9788472°N 23.731528°E / 37.9788472; 23.731528