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- Discover the Antikythera Mechanism at the exhibition of the Antikythera Shipwreck at the National Archaeological Museum (Athens, Greece).
- A series of exhibitions took place from fall 2010 to the end of 2012, based on the first exhibition "The Antikythera Mechanism within the Astronomy and Technology of its time" held at the National Hellenic Research Foundation (see list below).
List of countries that hosted the "Antikythera Mechanism" exhibitions (updated March 2014):
- Greece (Athens, National Hellenic Research Foundation, 12/2009-1/2010)
- Greece (Heraklion, Natural History Museum of Crete, 6/2010-8/2011)
- Greece (Kythera, 8/2010 - together with the Ionic Centre)
- Spain (Barcelona, 11/2010)
- Serbia (Belgrade, 5/2011)
- Italy (Pavia, 6/2011)
- Belgium (Liège, Embarcadère du Savoir, 9/2011 - adaptation and extension)
- France (Paris, Musée des Arts et Métiers, 10/2011 - adaptation and extension)
- Austria (Echophysics at Poellau Castle)
- Germany (Berlin, Max Planck Institute, 12/2011 - 1/2012)
- Greece (Chios, Homereion Cultural Centre and Maria Tsakos Foundation, 3/2012)
- Switzerland (Basel, 3/2012)
- Greece (Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 4/2012-6/2014)
- China (Beijing, General Assembly - International Union of Astronomy, 8/2012)
In some cases, these exhibitions included objects from local collections, within a wider thematic entitled "Astronomical calculators: from the Antikythera Mechanism to modern Planetaria".