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Museum Collections

A museum’s collection of artifacts is associated with the value system of the community that hosts it. There is this need for individuals to build a frame of reference in order to safeguard a sense of common belonging. Museum artifacts are symbols that reflect a community’s individual and collective life. They narrate the community’s history as well as its cultural biography. Such artifacts actively participate in the museum’s exhibits which in turn exhibit a portrait of the region.

Local folklore-style collections are mainly found in Tzoumerka apart from the Byzantine collection that exhibits items from the Monastery of Vyliza which is hosted in a uniquely designed space in the primary school of the Matsouki settlement.

The principle ethnographic collections are located in the Agnanta, Ktistades and Kipseli settlements. These are respectively the Folklore Museum on Tzoumerka’s History and Traditions, the Folkloric Museum of Ktistades as well as the Museum of Folk Art and Life in Kipseli.

Remarkable museum collections are also encountered and preserved in the settlement of Syrrako such as the Kosta Avdikos Museum, the Kostas Krystallis” Museum and the Aggela Golfinopoulou private collection of historic and folkloric exhibits located in Kalarrytes.

At the settlement’s center point you will also see photographs from the remarkable private collection of Dimitri Kalousios.