Archaeological Museum of Kavala

Built next to Faliro park and in the left side of the port, the museum is one of the most important in Greece.
Ground floor, finds and artefacts on display include :
- stone and clay statues from the Neolithic period
- finds from the the Bronze Age,
- finding of the Dikili Tas settlement.
- a special room with the artefacts found from Neapolis, such as remnants of the temple of Athena Parthenos (Athina the Virgin), archaic and classical black-figure vases and figurines.
- Objects and artefacts Ancient Amphipolis
On the first floor, the museum displays artefacts from the region of Thrace, mainly from Nekropolis Oisymis, Galipsos and Abdera.

In the museum visitors will also view genuine replicas of exhibits from other Greek museums (casts, Byzantine coins etc.) produced by the Archaelogical Resources & Exproprations Fund which is the official government body responsible for their production. All the replicas are accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity and some brief background info in four languages (Greek, English, French, German).


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    Address 17 Erithrou Stavrou, 65403, Kavala


    Opening hours Summer hours: Monday: Open only Museum Shop | Tuesday to Sunday: 09:00 – 16:00 Winter hours: Monday: Open only Museum Shop | Tuesday to Sunday: 8:00 – 15:00


    Telephone 00302510 222335




    Ticket price General Admission: 2,00 € | Over 65 years old: 1,00 € Students and School children: Free admission

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