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Pets to Be Allowed at 120+ Archaeological Sites in Greece

But several top sites will continue to prohibit pets.

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Greece announced that it will allow pets at more than 120 archaeological sites.

Up until now, only guide dogs have been allowed at the sites, The Associated Press reports.

Lina Mendoni, Greece’s culture minister, said the move is a step toward “harmonizing the framework of accessibility to monuments and archaeological sites with the standards of other European countries, where entry rules for pets already apply.”

The new rules require pets brought to the sites to be on a leash or carried in a case or pouch, according to AP. Several other rules apply, including a requirement to show a health certificate for the animal.

The nation’s Central Archaeological Council did not say when the new rules would go into effect. And they don’t apply to several top sites, including the Acropolis of Athens, which will continue to prohibit entry of pets.

 

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