archaeological museum of eretria

Located next to the archaeological site of Eretria. The findings chronologically covering the entire range of habitation of the region, from the bronze age up to the Roman Empire. The Museum exhibited ceramic, all periods, sculptures and reliefs of Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic period, bronze objects, such as pottery, figurines, luxury items from the East, jewelry of gold, silver, bronze, faience (Buckles, chains, earrings, etc), tubes and fittings. Important exhibits in the Museum is the sculpture of Theseus by Antiope from the West pediment of the Temple of Apollo at Eretria, the Clay figurine from the Lefkandi Centaur, the levels of expression of this mythological beings, the bronze horse with Blinder repousse expression from northern Syria and panathinaϊkoi jars.
In the vestibule of the Museum houses sculptures from the 4th century. BC and inscriptions, one of which is ' boustrophedon writing ". The first main hall of the Museum includes the findings of prehistoric Eretria, as well as three adjacent prehistoric settlements, those of Xiropolis, Trees and Magoula.
The Xiropoli is located Northwest of Eretria and has an important position by the end of the early helladic era and the Mycenaean era. The village of Amarynthos was revealed on artificial Hill Southeast of Eretria and starts from the early early helladic era in 3000 B.C. The Magoula is located between Eretria and Trees and going back chronologically in the early helladic period.
In the second Hall exposed the West pediment of the Temple of Apollo, dating to the late 6th century B.C. and is a sign of high art. The shop Windows that frame the sculptural decoration exhibit objects from everyday life, from private life at home, from the sporting life (panathinaϊkoi amphoras), from the devotional life and from the Deathly life (offerings from classical, Hellenistic and Roman tombs).
In the courtyard of the Museum presented architectural parts, tombstones and resolutions, as well as the significant findings of ceramic kiln found in the region of the ancient Agora of Eretria and dating in Middle Helladic Era (2000-1650 B.C.).

 

archaeological museum of karystos

Is located in the Maximilian square of Karystos and housed in the West Wing of the Giokaleion Foundation, the legacy of benefactor Nicholas Giokalas Foundation, Ministry of culture. It was built in 1959. Includes Museum galleries (1988), theatre and library.
The collections include: Sculptures Karystia (classical-Hellenistic-Roman period)
Findings from Drakospita (Ochis, Styra)
Inscriptions Of Karystia
Clay figurines of various areas of Karystia.

 

archaeological museum of halkida

Located on the El. Venizelou 13 street in building from the early 20th century and brings together findings from all of Euboea. The construction of the building was completed in 1901-02, began work in 1902 and is a study of architect Lykaki.
Over the main entrance of the building turned gable and is keramoskeptasto. The building has a large yard and three halls, where exhibits are presented. The building is owned by the Greek State and modeled appropriately to accommodate the Euboean cities Antiquities.
The exhibits are placed chronologically from the Palaeolithic till the late era of the Roman Empire and originate from excavations in Evia. The exhibition of the Museum features collections of findings from the settlement and cemetery of Hose (2800-1900 BC), Mycenaean pottery and figurines collection with Eretria, Economou boeotian pottery and koroplastiki, collection of classical and Hellenistic coins from chalkida, Evia Karystos, Roman votive sculptures from halkida and edipsos, funerary monuments of the Hullkida, and Lampsacus. new Honorary resolutions. In the courtyard of the Museum included resolutions, funerary monuments and Roman sculptures. From the exhibits stand out a seated female statue of the 4th century. for example, a marble headstone with a new show and dog (second quarter of the 4th century b.c.), a votive column to show Pluto and Dionysus (mid 4th century B.C.), the statue of Antinoos (2nd century A.D.), Headless Ssatue of Apollo or Dionysus (Roman copy), female statue Hellenistic and Archaic Kouros heads both.
In the courtyard there are funerary monuments. To lodge a exposed resolutions, dedicatory and race inscriptions. In the space to the three halls there is a imiykliki rig with honorary resolutions. The central courtyard of the Museum contains architectural members from the city of chalkis. From the sculptures stand a statue of Ceres or Cybele, which dates back to the 4th century. BC and three horse busts of the Ysteroklasikis Era.
In the 1st Chamber presented Palaeolithic tools and Neolithic pottery from various regions of Evia, pottery from the hose (2800-1900 BC) and from Aliveri (1900-1650 BC), protogeometric and geometric pottery from halkida (1050-700 BC), as well as miniature objects but and cycladic pottery and imitations of such from eyboϊka laboratories indicate the visitor for the early art in Evia.
In the 2nd Chamber exposed miniature art, koroplastiki, plastic and ceramics from the archaic period. Distinguish two heads Kouros (mid-6th century BC), two koyrwnas logs from the area of chalkis and Eretria (late 6th c. B.C.), three female statues dedicated to Artemis (4th century BC), as well as tombstones classical era and a votive relief with Pluto and Dionysus (4th century BC)
The third Hall is dedicated to the great plastic. Statues of Dionysus or Apollo (1st century b.c.), Polydeykiona, disciple of Herod Atticus (2nd century a.d.), column with sacrifice from Larymna, Boeotia and another depicting Dionysus, as well as a bronze tripod with dedication to Apollo
Tel.:
22210 25131, 76131

 

folklore museum of agia anna

It is located in the village of Agia Anna since 1981. Exposed traditional costumes, jewelry, textiles, agricultural, household and other tools and objects used in everyday life of the residents. Recently the Museum moved to a better and more comfortable place and spiked with more exhibits.
Of particular importance is the Agianniwtiki Costume, foriotan until a few years throughout the surrounding area. In the Greek tradition the agianniwtiki traditional clothing has its own dedicated page. Today examples of male, female and child costume agianniwtikis exhibited at the Folklore Museum of Agia Anna.
The male costume was as a main feature of the classical Greek kilt with vest, but special care as to the embroidery. The segkoyni was the main female garment with embroidered shirts and aprons. The guys from 3-12 years wore colorful "mallines" that were woven into local looms, wool skirts and colored knits maniketia, adorned with various stitch patterns. 

 

folklore museum of kymi

Located in the city center and is housed in a three-storey neoclassical building of the late 19th century, which belonged to the National Bank of Greece, which for many years housed the store. Founded in 1981 by the Educational and Cultural Association of Kimi. It is the largest and best organized Folklore Museum of Evia and one of the best in the kind of regional museums in the country. The Museum's collection, numbering 1600 objects, was composed by donations of the inhabitants.
The collections exhibited in the Museum, with an area of 450 sq.m., as follows:
On the ground floor is the great Hall with the costumes, uniforms, Warriors of the Balkan wars, the vestments of Agios Nectarios, Holy vessels, carvings, jewelry and '' urban '' corner. Also the room with household utensils and independent office rooms with the library and archives (photographic, ichothiki, film archive) and the photographic laboratory.
Upstairs is the halls representing the living room and bedroom in their standard form, the room with the loom and woven, the three smaller halls with embroidery and wool and the Hall of the forms and photos of kymi and from the life of Kymaioy g. Papanikolaou. Upstairs is the storehouse of folklore material.
In the basement are the kiroplasteio, the laundry room and the traditional cellar with wine cellar and agricultural tools. Also the syntiritirio and the canteen.
In the garden of the Museum has constructed open-air circular Theater 250 positions, which are events such as: theatrical performances, lectures, concerts of classical music and Greek art song and film screenings of the film Club of the Club.
The village Tower of Kimi, to proprietary '' Chrysanthopoyloy '' Mansion works annex of the Museum, with its collection of 19th-century folk artist Sotiris Chrysanthopoyloy, with multifarious talents to secular and religious work as: images, murals, reliefs, and with his library composed of palaitypes versions.
The Museum cooperates on a permanent basis or, where appropriate, with Universities, the International Council of museums (ICOM), research centres, museums, libraries. related galleries and private scientists to carry out research goals.
The Museum is visited by many students, when organized visits of schools.
The Multipurpose room, the Museum extension, used for lectures, seminars, art exhibitions and educational programs for adults and especially students, weaving (mainly the arachnoϋfanta silk and tiriplenia)
Tel.: 22220 22011, 22261

 

folklore museum of halkida

It is located on Skalkottas 4 street and was founded in 1981 by the company Eyboϊkwn Studies and the Municipality of Halkida. Housed in three rooms that were left by the historic castle Negroponte during the Franks or Egrimpoz against the Turks. The Museum houses more than 1,200 artifacts, objects of everyday work and chattels of our ancestors.
In the 1st Hall costumes, exposed costumes from Evia and Skyros, elaborate embroidery, images and votive offerings.
In the 2nd Hall presented an neighborhood of chalcis to the home of mesoastiko principles of 20oyaiwna, the main spaces and furniture that adorned. Still some workshops of the city.
In the 3rd room displayed scenes from rural life. The farmer, the tsopanis, the beekeeper, Weaver, come alive through the utensils and tools used. There is also a village house with furniture and utensils, the courtyard with well, trough for washing etc. 
Opening hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10-1 the morning and Wednesday afternoon 6-8.
Tel.
22210 21817
Fax:
22210 21817

 

museum of marine life "Nautillus"

Located on the road towards Agiokampos and is open all year, all days of the week.
Tel.:
22260 31662, 6972406477
Website:
www.nautilusmuseum.com

 

museums of palaeontological finds of Kerasia

Exposed fossil traces of the environment and the fauna of the meiokainos period (6,500,000-9 million years ago)
Also exposed 24 different species of animals. Hyenas, cheetahs (mainly machairodontes), tridaktyla horses, pigs, rhinos (with and without horns), halikothiria, eladothiria (kontolaimes giraffes), etc. in the Museum are presented in configurations Elladothiria and Samothiria as well as independent skeletal elements.
Website:
www.kerasiamuseum.gr
Hours of operation:
Monday: closed Tuesday & Wednesday: 10:00-18:00, Thursday: 10:00-14:00, Friday-Saturday: 10:00-18:00, Sunday: 10:00-14:00
Tel.:
22270 98304, 6976764990

 

museum of natural history of istiea

Located in 1st km national road Chalkida-Istiea in Istiea.
Tel.:
22260 52224 

 

history, war and national museum of liaskos

It is located in the Kontodespoti of the municipality Messapia and was founded in 1995. The 2003 held building expansion and rearrangement to accommodate a large number of relics that remained stored. The exhibits Museum's artifacts depicting by time series I hangings of Newst Greece (Revolution of 1821, Othwniki period, Krietan Revolutions and War 1897, Makedonean wars, A' and B' Balkanian Wars, A’ World War I, Middle East, B' world war, Maverage East, national resistance).
Tel.
2228091296