- Open: Tuesday-Sunday 9.00-16.00. Monday closed. Tickets: Full: €2, Reduced: €1 Special ticket package: Full: €2, Reduced: €1 The Archaeological Museum of Amfissa showcases finds from Amfissa and other sites in the Prefecture of Phocis, dating from the Bronze Age to the Early Byzantine period, which illustrate fully the ancient history of region. The permanent collection of the Archaeological Museum of Amfissa contains finds from the city of Amfissa and other sites in the Prefecture of Phocis, which in ancient times belonged to the territory of Western Lokris, Aetolia, Phocea, Oitaia and to that of the Dorians. These finds date from the Early Bronze Age to Late Antiquity (2800 BC-sixth century BC). Exhibition Units - Archaeological finds from Kirra (Ground floor, Space A) - Archaeological finds from Kallio (Ground floor, Space B) - Archaeological finds from various sites of ancient Phocis and West Lokris (Ground floor, Space C) - Archaeological finds from Amfissa (First floor) - Coinage-exchange (First floor, Small room) - Inscriptions and mosaics (Courtyard)
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- Open: The collection is closed to the public. The Archaeological Collection of Lidoriki falling by the Tenth Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, was founded to highlight the findings of the city of Kallio from the Geometric to the early Christian times. The findings from excavations and traditions and with the walls of it is that remains today of the ancient city of East Aetolia. The exhibition of the finds of beauty is particularly important because the building today remains flooded by the waters of the artificial lake of Mornos. The exhibition is housed in the preserved stone building of the old school building (measuring 24,13 x 7,50 m.) And grows in both halls and the courtyard of the building. In the first room presented exhibits from the Geometric to Roman times and mostly the findings from the so-called "house file", a mansion house eminent Kallipolis as pottery, bronze and iron parts of the wooden doors and clay sealings that guaranteed the written in papyrus documents. On the wall are hung pieces with motifs of the mosaic Roman bath. In the second room are inscribed mosaic floor-Christian basilica and small tombs from the Late Roman period. In the courtyard of the building exposed stone inscriptions save important information about the city's history.
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- Open: Daily: 8.00-20.00 (Last admission 19.40) Tickets: Full: €6, Reduced: €3 Special ticket package: Full: €9, Reduced: €5 Valid for: Delphi, Delphi Archaeological Museum The Archaeological Museum of Delphi, one of the most important in Greece, exhibits the history of the Delphic sanctuary, site of the most famous ancient Greek oracle. Its rich collections are comprised primarily of architectural sculpture, statues and minor objects donated to the sanctuary. These reflect its religious, political and artistic activities from its early years in the eight century BC to its decline in Late Antiquity. Exhibition Units - The emergence of the sanctuary and the early offerings (Rooms I-II) - The early Archaic period (Room III) - The Sacred Way votive pit (Room IV) - The Siphnian Treasury (Room V) - The Temple of Apollo (Room VI) - The Athenian Treasury (Rooms VII-VIII) - Offerings of the fifth century BC (Room IX) - The Tholos (Room X) - Late Classical and Hellenistic periods (Room XI) - Late Hellenistic and Roman periods (Room XII) - The Charioteer (Room XIII) - The end of the sanctuary (Room XIV)
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- Open: Tuesday-Sunday 8:30-15:30. Monday closed. Tickets: Free admission The Archaeological Collection of Galaxidi showcases finds from the region of Galaxidi, which date from the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity and relate to private and public life, commercial activities and burial practices. The collection is housed together with the Nautical and Ethnological Museum in a traditional building erected in 1868-1870 and initially intended as a Girl's School, Town Hall and police station. Two of its rooms were used as the Town Hall until 1979, while the third room housed a weaving and handiwork school, and later, since 1932, the Nautical Art Gallery of Galaxidi. The collection is overseen by the Tenth Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, and, together with the Nautical and Ethnological Museum, presents the history and development of this small coastal town.
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- Open: Winter: From the 1st of November until the 31 of March: 8:30-15:00 The building which today houses the Museum was built in 1868-1870. In 1979 it was restored and appropriately equipped and is able at present to house the entire Musuem. In the two large rooms are displayed objects which are related to ships and the sea and the collection has been entitled "Nautical Gallery". Euth. Vlamis, the doctor whose ideas it was, was the founder of the Gallery in 1928. The initial collection consisted of paintings, sailing ships, nautical instruments and figureheads. Among the exhibits of the Gallery the most important are paintings of sailing ships, figureheads with carved wooden figures of women, nautical instruments, ships' logs and registers of the Galaxidiot ships, as well as the paintings of the folk artist and captain Petros Petrantzas. Also, in a special showcase is kept the book Galaxidi Chronicle which was published by K.N. Sathas in 1865.
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