Visitors, revenues to museums and archaeological sites up in Jan-Sept 2015
Visitors to Greek museums in September 2015 increased by 1.4 percent, and revenues from entrance tickets rose by 0.3 pct compared to the same month last year, the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) said on Friday.
It also said that in the period January-September 2015, there were 6.9 pct more visitors in museums and revenues rose by 7.8 pct, compared to the same period last year.
In terms of archaeological sites, ELSTAT said, that the number of visitors fell by 2.5 pct in September 2015 while revenues dropped by 3.2 pct in comparison with the same month last year.
In the period January-September 2015, the number of visitors in archaeological sites rose by 4.8 pct and revenues increased by 3.4 pct.
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