Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Museum of Archeology Opens

A new Museum of Archeology has opened in Neapolis. Located on the road towards Laxi, it is housed in a building that was formerly a school and subsequently a hospital. A grant from the EU paid for the renovation of the building. The Museum is designed to take visitors through archeological sites located along the coastline from Plytra through Cape Malea. Artifacts from a number of sites, including Pavlopetri, the oldest underwater city in the world, are on display. Visitors may also view an interesting and informative film in Greek or English about the sites.