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As fascism re-emerges in Europe it’s critically important to visit this museum. It shows that even an educated nation with poets, philosophers, and artists, if it takes Democracy for granted can slide to authoritarianism with catastrophic consequences. The last area of the museum will hit...More
The museum tells the story of a very dark day during the second world war. It shows how the events occurred in a reasonably sympathetic and unbiassed manner. It was a dreadful time in European history. Hopefully, museums like this will help us to avoid...More
This museum tells the story of the massacre in Kalavryta in great detail. The museum is modern, well designed and provides state of the art interpretation. It was a moving and extremely humbling experience that will remain with me for some time.
The excellent statue...More
The museum is a must-see place in Kalavrta and a visit is a perfect complement to a visit to the memorial to the shooting, which is just out of town.
The story of the town and the terrible events of 13/12/43 at well-told and illustrated...More
Should you take the train you can also gain entry to this museum. Ask when you buy your ticket. The museum addresses the 1943 massacre of over 600 men and boys over age 13 by the Nazi. Explanations are in Greek and English. There is...More
The Kalavryta Municipal Museum is devoted solely to the massacre of innocent civilians by the German Wehrmacht which took place not only in Kalavryta but also the entire region during December 1943. Entire villages were attacked and destroyed and males over 12 years of age...More