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ELSTAT: Drop in Visitor Attendance to Greek Museums and Archaeological Sites

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The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) announced the results of the Survey on Museums and Archaeological Sites Attendance for July 2016. In particular:
• During July 2016, Museums experienced a 3 percent increase in the number of visitors and a 66.1 percent increase in the number of free admission visitors. An increase of 11.9 percent was recorded in their receipts, in comparison with the corresponding month of 2015.
• The number of visitors at Archaeological sites, in July 2016, recorded a decrease of 14.1 percent and 13.7 percent decrease was observed in the number of free admission visitors. An increase of 67.2% was recorded in their receipts in comparison with the corresponding
month of 2015.
• During the seven month period from January to July 2016, there was a 2.1 percent decrease in the number of visitors of Museums and an increase of 23% in the number of free
admission visitors. The corresponding receipts increased by 2.3% in comparison with the
corresponding period of 2015.
• As regards Archaeological sites, during the seven month period from January to July of
2016 a decrease of 11.4 percent was recorded in the number of visitors and a 14.3 percent increase was observed in the number of free admission visitors. The corresponding receipts increased by 57.5 percent, in comparison with the corresponding period of 2015.
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