The restoration of the former royal estate at Tatoi, north of Athens, is proceeding at a fast clip now that it has been decided what sort of activities will be included in its future use. A proposal to include a golf course was finally abandoned, as was the construction of housing units. There will be a car museum, several agricultural activities, such as wine, olive oil, cheese and honey production, as well as a space for conventions. A restaurant, a café and tennis courts will also be built. New building will be kept to a minimum, Culture Minister Lina Mendoni said. The project will cost about €93.5 million and be completed by 2023.