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Spetses Museum, Spetses

3.3
#5 of 10 in Museums in Saronic Gulf Islands
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · History Museum
The Spetses Museum is a diachronic museum in Spetses, Greece. Its exhibits cover 4000 years of the island's cultural history. It is housed in the mansion of Chatzigiannis-Mexis, which was built in 1798. The first floor is open to the public.

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  • A museum worth visiting in order to get a little taste of history. Beautiful building with super views of the island.  more »
  • Keep in mind that if you plan to visit after 3 o'clock in the afternoon museum will be closed. So this is an early day activity. There are some hand made sign to help you find it.  more »
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  • A nice museum with some interesting artifacts and paintings. Most information was in Greek however so I'm not sure what a lot of the things actually were.
  • Simple, but proud meuseum. Lots of articles and exhibits of early naval power that never became a world power. If on Spetses it requires a visit even if it is recognise Greece's very ancient history.
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