Hellenic Motor Museum

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The Hellenic Motor Museum (Greek: Ελληνικό Μουσείο Αυτοκινήτου) is a car museum in Athens. It is owned by the Theodore Charagionis Foundation and opened in March 2011. The museum is situated in central Athens near the National Archaeological Museum, on the three top floors of the Athenian Capitol shopping mall.

The collection of the museum consists of 300 cars of which about 110 are displayed periodically. The museum offers many other facilities such as a Formula 1 simulator, a road safety educational programme and an amphitheatre.

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Coordinates: 37°59′29″N 23°43′48″E / 37.99139°N 23.73000°E / 37.99139; 23.73000