Which country’s ancient myths will you be visiting next?

The world’s oldest continuously inhabited civilizations are on display in the newly renovated museum of the ancient Greek city of Athens.

The museum opened in late 2016 to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of the Greek poet and philosopher Plato, who founded the philosophical and political philosophy that has shaped the world’s thinking and politics ever since.

But while the exhibition is open to the public, visitors are only allowed inside for one day a week, and some visitors, including the U.S. and Britain, have complained about security.

A visitor to the exhibition, the Greek mythologist Panagiotis Vellas, who is from the U