Amazing experience about the specific ship.A true legend of I and II world war.Everyone must visit it.
About Floating Naval Museum Battleship Averof
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A piece of Greece's maritime history. Cruiser Averoff is a very carefully restored museum. She was the flagship of the navy from 1912 to late 40's. The ship deliberated many islands from the ottoman occupation during balkan wars and played a key role in the...More
For me is interesting to see the design and technology 120 years old. And much more interesting than Parthenon ;)
Just in passing we went as i said passed and were told NO cameras so we keep on passing , took photo from the other side of the bay
A special visit was made to this museum. Opening times were checked, which stated open Sundays. On arrival gates closed, notice attached showing opening times that again confirmed Sundays. A local lady attracted the attention of a person working in the complex who said it...More
If you ever go to Flisvos Marina, this attraction is walking distance from there and a must to visit. Make sure you take a camera!!
A massive battleship with an immense history, although I do think it's story is better told in the Hellenic nautical museum. Was wondeful to walk and look around the whole ship, but was disappointing not to be able to go to the lower decks because...More
The Averof was a key part of the Greek Navy for almost 50 years, playing a key part in the Balkan war with Turkey and the first world war, and was the flagship of the Hellenic fleet in WW2. "Uncle George", as it is nicknamed,...More
Unless you grew up in the military on a battleship this was well worth the visit. Pictures and movies don't do it justice. Really worth the walk around and to see the different historical naval vessels. Also played a huge role in the Greek/Turk war...More
Early 20th century armoured cruiser of the Italian "Pisa" class, purchased from the yard by the Greek government to counter the Ottoman navy in the Aegean. Participated in battles from the Balkan wars up to and including WWII. Integral part of Hellenic naval history. Must-see...More