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ATHENS WORTH SEEING ARCHAELOGICAL MUSEUM OF PIRAEUS

ARCHAELOGICAL MUSEUM OF PIRAEUS
The first Museum was founded in 1935. The extension of the new Piraeus Museum was carried out in 1966.

The Museum collections include the following:
  • A fine collection of sculptured grave monuments of the 5th and 4th centuries B.C.
  • Dedicatory reliefs of the 5th and 4th centuries B.C. from Piraeus.
  • A statue of the Mother of the Gods of the 4th century B.C. from Moschato and a shrine (naiskos) from Piraeus.
  • Bronze statues of the Classical period from Piraeus.
  • Pottery from excavations in Piraeus, Salamis and the west coast.
  • Hellenistic and Roman sculpture from Piraeus.
  • Neoattic relief plaques from a shipwreck of the 2nd century A.C.

    In the picture dedicatory relief to Asklepios, 4th century B.C.

    Address 31, Ch. Trikoupi str, Piraeus 185 36
    Telephone +30 210 4521598, 4518388
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    ABOUT ARCHAELOGICAL MUSEUM OF PIRAEUS
    BRONZE STATUE OF APOLLO
    BRONZE STATUS OF ATHENA
    GRAVE STELE OF YOUNG HOPLITES
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