The ‘s programme of celebrations for the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution culminated in the main exhibition Revolution 21: Reframed, which included a rich audiovisual material and interactive digital displays.
The interactive exhibit “Riga’s Chart” was realised thanks to the support of the J. F. Costopoulos Foundation. The aim was to showcase and explain the rich and polysemous context of the Chart of Greece. It was developed by The Institute of Computer Science (ICS) of the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH), with scientific input from the associates of the National Historical Museum.
The exhibit is included in both axes of the anniversary programme Revolution 21: Reframed:
a) the main anniversary exhibition at the museum’s headquarters at the Old Parliament House. (May 2021 – June 2023)
b) in the exhibitions taking place in the following cities:
- Nafplion: National Gallery – Nafplion Annex (May 2021 – June 2022)
- Thessaloniki: Teloglion Foundation of Art, University of Thessaloniki (May-September 2021)
- Chania: Maritime Museum of Crete: (June-September 2021)
- Larissa: Historical and Ethnological Museum (June-September 2021).
- Messolonghi: The Messolonghi Byron Society (June 2021 – June 2022).
- Veria: Public Benefit Enterprise for Multiple Development of the Municipality of Veria (October 2021 – June 2022).