New Acropolis museum finally opens in Greece

I was lucky enough to go to Greece three times in the last year and a half, and not once was the new museum ever open on schedule. Finally, it is, or will be. It’s a cool building, unless you hate it. Which a lot of people seem to. The locals feel that it doesn’t fit in. I think it’s stunning. My photo above doesn’t do it justice – check out the photo in the NYT story (though, granted, it does look a bit like a UFO in that pic).

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