Archaeological Museum of Poros, Poros

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The Archaeological Museum of Poros is a museum located on Koryzis Square in Poros, Greece.

The museum was built in the 1960s on a plot of land donated by the Koryzis family. The displays of the museum date from the Mycenaean era to Roman times.

The museum contains a notable collection of artefacts dug by the French Archaeological School in Troezen.
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  • The museum displayed antiquities of the area and was very well done. I thoroughly enjoyed our time in this town. Excellent food, very walkable,  more »
  • This museum has statues, stellas and pottery from ancient sites of Poros, Troizenia and Methana, all well labeled.  more »
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  • There are not many exhibits, but it's only 2 euros to enter and you can find some fine artifacts here. There are some wonderful pottery items upstairs that look weeks old not 2000 years old. And you have to wonder at the artistry on some of the mass produced items here.
  • A small, but well presented and very reasonable price at €2, Archaelogical museum of the local area! Afterwards you can then visit some of the sights on Poros!
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