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Archaeological Museum of Astros

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Address  Voria Kinouria 220 01, Greece
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The Archaeological Museum of Astros is a museum in Αstros, Arcadia, Greece. It is located in a building which has been used as Karytsiotis school, since the second half of the twentieth century. In 1985, the building was converted into a museum by the Ephor of Antiquities, Dr. Theodoros Spyropoulos. The courtyard of the building was similarly adapted into an archaeological park.

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Interior

The museum contains mostly ceramics from cemeteries dating back to the Hellenistic period, architectural parts of the villa of Herodes Atticus at Eva Dolianon, and small coins, inscriptions and pieces from Kynouria.

The museum also contains finds from Anthinis.

References

Archaeological Museum of Astros Wikipedia


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