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Kotsiomitis Natural History Museum reviews
Not to be missed as Part of the Theatre of Epidavros experience. A small museum but beautifully presented with some fascinating pieces more »
Hard to find but its worth persevereing a wondeful collection of fossils and examples of minerals and gems wonderful way to pass a couple of horus - run by the owner and his wife who donated to the... more »
Agree with everyone else, great museum with really nice souvenir shop. There were some interesting examples of fossils, shells and minerals on display in the museum. Very helpful manager that sells handmade jewellery in the shop. There are also fossils from Epidavros to buy. A visit to the museum combined really well with looking at the four very well preserved byzantine churches that you can find in the same village.
Great museum, with a great collection of fossils. The gift shop is nice with jewellery made of fossils from Epidavros. The manager is super friendly. Low admission fee.
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