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Alpha Bank: a patron of arts and culture

With a view to preserving and showcasing Greece’s cultural legacy, we actively participate in initiatives and events that promote culture.

Through unique coins, significant works of art, rare books and rich archival material, we unveil aspects of the history and cultural life of Greece, and keep the history of the Alpha Bank Group alive.

Embark on a journey into culture, guided by our collections and archives, our exhibitions and publications and our educational programmes.

Discover our exhibits

Choose a Collection or Archive to marvel at unique pieces that make up Greek culture and the history of Alpha Bank.

Navigate through our Banknote Museum

Get to know the history of the Banknote Museum on the island of Corfu that hosts educational programmes and exhibitions.
Banknote Museum of Ionian Bank – Corfu

Banknote Museum of Ionian Bank – Corfu

Banknote Museum of Ionian Bank – Corfu

Banknote Museum of Ionian Bank – Corfu

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Find out about our cultural and educational events, and the Alpha Bank e-shop offers.
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29.03.2024

Special Book Offer – April 2024

Library

Alpha Bank is offering the publication Money. Tangible Symbols in Ancient Greece at a 40% discount throughout April.

Special Book Offer – April 2024
04.03.2024

Retrospective exhibition for Evangelia Biza

Art Collection

Pieces by Evangelia Biza showcasing this renowned Greek bookbinder and book/paper conservator.

Retrospective exhibition for Evangelia Biza
31.01.2024

The Art Collection at the exhibition for Michalis Economou in Athens

Art Collection

The Alpha Bank Art Collection is loaning 3 works of art by Michalis Economou to the retrospective exhibition dedicated to the painter in Athens.

The Art Collection at the exhibition for Michalis Economou in Athens
09.01.2024

The Numismatic Collection at the “Chaeronea” exhibition

Numismatic Collection

The coin bearing the name of Theban General Epaminondas is on display at the temporary exhibition hosted by the Museum of Cycladic Art.

The Numismatic Collection at the “Chaeronea” exhibition