in: Rodopi, Komotini
- Open: 08:00-15:00 Tickets: Full: €1,2 The Archaeological Museum of Komotini was inaugurated in 1976. The reports cover the period from the Neolithic to the Byzantine period. The presentation of the exhibits is done in chronological sequence, but the disruption of local excavation totals. The aim of the exhibition was to present selected and representative findings of the major archaeological sites, which are Brunei to offer the visitor all the necessary information on the prehistory and history of the Aegean Thrace. All the exhibits reveal the importance of the presence of the Greeks in the northern Aegean and the creative course of Greek art and Greek civilization in a remote area in ancient times the north. The main exhibition of the museum includes objects from prehistoric sites (Neolithic and Iron Age) by Greek colonies, holy, Roman settlements and cemeteries.
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- Open: Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday: 10.30-13.00 Wednesday, Friday: 17:00 - 20:00 Saturday: 10.30-13.00 The Ecclesiastical Museum of the Holy Metropolis of Maronia and Komotini houses the collection of religious objects (icons, sacred vessels, priestly vestments, manuscripts and liturgical books) collected from the temples of the ecclesiastical province of the relevant Metropolis and from the donations of the refugees who settled in the Komotini area. The exhibits cover the period from the 16th to the early 20th century. and witness the post-Byzantine ecclesiastical art of the region. The purpose of the museum is the collection, preservation, maintenance, exhibition and display of all kinds of objects highlighting the ecclesiastical art and history of the Metropolis of Maronia and Komotini.
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- Open: Visits take place, after a telephone consultation. There are no restrictions on days and hours (including holidays, holidays etc.) Contact Tel.: 0030 6977 58 58 44 Tickets: Full: 2 €, Reduced: 1 € * Baskets made by the Roma of different countries of the Balkan Peninsula/ Peninsula of Haemus (Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Albania, Serbia and others) and from the rest of the world.
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