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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Paranormal activity continues with UFO sighting this time at the city of Piraeus

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«The XFiles» The truth is still out there.

 

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The new chapter of the legendary The XFilescontinues on FOX and the truth is still out there! Paranormal activity in Greece continues as well, with a new UFO sighting. This time a flying saucer has landed at the square of the Municipal Theater of Piraeus that was founded in 1884.

 

From Thursday 4 February and only for a few days, the «The X-Files» fans from the vicinity of Piraeus, will have the chance to encounter up, close and personal with the UFO, that is a replica of the UFO that appears in the first episode of the series. In fact the design and development of the UFO was personally approved by the series creator, Chris Carter.

Do you want to feel like a special agent, such as Mulder and Scully? The truth awaits you at the center of the city of Piraeus!

Piraeus is a lively city-port with great history and sights worth visiting. The city has gained its significance by becoming a commercial, cultural and industrial center through the ages. Thousands of people pass through Piraeus as they travel to the islands of the Aegean, but also visit the city for food and coffee, shopping, entertainment, museums, walking on the coast with great sea-view, or the neo-classical protected monuments and architectural marvels that stand witnesses of the city’s glorious past.

 

The highly anticipated, pop cultural phenomenon, “The X-Files”, has returned 13 years after its final broadcast, with 6 new episodes, exclusively on FOX. The new episodes will air every Tuesday, simultaneously with the US on 06:15 and on 21:50. All episodes will also be available on-demand via FOX Play.

 

FOX channel in Greece is available via Νova, OTE TV, Vodafone TV and Cyta Hellas.

 

For more please visit www.fox-greece.gr/the-x-files and follow the FOX page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GREECEFOXCHANNEL

 

The X-Files: The truth is still out there!

 

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About the city of Piraeus

For more info please visit:

www.destinationpiraeus.com

www.instagram.com/destinationpiraeus

www.facebook.com/DestinationPiraeus

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