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Archaeological Museum of Pythagoreion

Archaeological Museum of Pythagoreion

Statues, columns, sarchophagus, and beautiful pottery are just a few of the finds exhibited at the museum, located in the city centre of Pythagorion, next to the site of the ancient town of Samos. The museum presents the historical course of the island, from the 5th millennium BC until the 7th century AD. Major exhibits include a seated statue dedicated Aiakos Hera (540 BC), the 2.7m tall statue of Emperor, and large marble sarcophagus’ from the second half of the 6th century BC, as well as a marble portrait of Augustus and one of Claudius from the Roman era.

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Samos 831 03, Greece

+30 22730 62 813

efasam@culture.gr

odysseus.culture.gr/h/1/eh155.jsp?obj_id=3495

Entrance Fees:
  • Full: €6
  • Reduced: €3
Opening Hours - Winter
  • Wednesday-Monday: 08.30-16:00
  • Tuesday: closed
Opening Hours - Summer
  • Wednesday-Monday: 08.30-16.00
  • Tuesday: closed

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