Museums in Evrytania


Yet another folklore museum that reflects the character, identity and heritage of the area. It will certainly shed light on recent history in this mountainous part of Greece.
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A generous archive of photographs and a lot of old objects will enlighten you on how people used to live here. A visit to this museum will strengthen your connection to this magical area of Greece.
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This is a delightful village and its modest museum hosts all sorts of oddities that mirror the life of the local populace over the years. A side trip to the Folklore Museum will put you right in the ambiance of the village where time stood still.
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Book collections, artisanal objects, folk are and more grace the floors of this museum. If you're in Granitsa, take a peek into the past by visiting this place and see how different life was here compared practically to anywhere else.
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The museum pays tribute to Konstantinos Tsatsos, who was a respected Greek diplomat, scholar and professor of law. He was president of Greece from 1975 to 1980. Old maps and other paraphernalia can be seen at this museum.
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This museum is home to traditional costumes, old household items and local artistic expression. It lies 14 kilometres away from Karpenissi.
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Located in old school building that has been renovated and declared as a protected monument itself, the museum displays photographs taken by Spyros Meletzis of the National Resistance. There are also remains of ancient fortifications and a gun-smiths’ workshop, as well as an old monastery nearby from 1650.
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This village suffered a landslide in 1963, and the museum has captured this calamity in photographic material. The resistance during the war and the areas struggles a couple of decades before the landslide are also highlighted. Costumes, ceramics and ancient oddities complete the exhibit.
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The monastery has a museum that boasts religious and historical artefacts, including manuscripts and books from as far back as the 15th century. A sword that supposedly belonged to Greek hero Karaiskakis is also on display.
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A library with over 600 texts forms part of this museum. Some of these texts were published in Vienna, Venice and other cities during the 16th century. A mosaic-laid icon called 'King of Glory' is also on display dating back to 1350 AD.
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This is where the liberated government of Greece convened in 1944 at the end of WWII. The museum, as a result, houses much photography and texts related to the struggle and challenges during the war.
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