loader loader

Museums

Starting from Marathópolis are near museums that you can visit.

Archaeological Museum of Hora

The museum was created to house the most important finds from the excavations , finds that due and the international promotion of the region .

  • collection of the Archaeological Museum of Chora far exceeds local importance, due to the volume and nature of the findings contained therein.
  • Archaeological Museum's collection consists of vases and other objects in their majority dating to the Late Helladic or Mycenaean era (1550-1100 BC ) .
  • items kept in the Museum have been found in various Mycenaean , mostly , positions distributed over a large geographic area within the Messinian area .

Museum of Pylos

The museum was originally created to house the rich collection of philhellene Rene Puaux, which was donated to Pylos. Eventually, however, the building was used as the Archaeological Museum, which houses finds from the area Pylia from Middle Helladic to Roman times.

  • The exhibits are growing in two rooms . Among them, the findings unearthed from tomb of pine cones in Paleochora, including seal , golden movies , funerary jar and two necklaces , also a large talus from the Hellenistic mound of crispy, and numerous grave goods , pottery and copper utensils . About
  • recently decided to transfer the Archaeological Museum Pylos Niokastro fortress city . When this project is completed , the spaces of the Museum will be converted into warehouses and maintenance workshop .

Archaeological Museum of Messenia

The museum building is located in the heart of the historic center of Kalamata, where was the old Municipal Market in the city, flooded daily by the bustling crowd of merchants and customers.

  • The museum building is located in the heart of the historic center of Kalamata, where was the old Municipal Market in the city, flooded daily by the bustling crowd of merchants and customers.
  • order for the visitor to "penetrate" into geographical sections, follows a main "thoroughfare" among the displays and exhibits, reminding the river flow Pamisou, which runs much of Messinia and empties the Messinian Bay.