Philosophy is sometimes referred to as the art of thinking and the concept was devised in Ancient Greek. It’s a respected field to this day and is the basis for our modern psychology. Philosophy is, however, yet but one piece of the puzzle. Ancient Greece introduced art, science, and plenty more. Nonetheless, we at Gavagai wanted to find out if the arts of Ancient Greece have withstood the test of time and thusly, decided to analyze The Acropolis Museum.
Why do we say this?
The Acropolis Museum’s “exhibits” are highly graded at a 4,75 / 5 and its sentiment is at a steady increase. The visitors love each and every floor. Though, they seem to prefer the “top” floor where a life-sized replica of the Pantheon is located. Its sentiment along with “pricing” has however decreased this year. Their pricing is nonetheless highly graded at a 4,55 / 5.
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The Acropolis museum is highly graded and there’s little if anything that could be changed. The sentiment has however decreased which may or may not be due to Covid-19. Furthermore, visitors are really enjoying the life-sized replica of the Pantheon.
The research team at Gavagai performed this analysis using our AI-powered text analysis tool, Gavagai Explorer. All texts analyzed in this article are collected from public online data published on TripAdvisor.
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