It’s well worth the time spent with this interesting chronicle of Greek education, focussing on the 19th and 20th centuries.
Passing along a pleasant courtyard with seating and tables, the displays are housed in a fine building from the mid-19th century.
Chronicling the transition from an education dominated by the church to a more state overseen system is well covered.
Classrooms with desks, blackboard and learning paraphernalia are evocative. An exhibit in miniature of a school with all its detail is very well composed.
Many books and volumes, in a number of languages, are shown. Illustrating once again the broad sweep of learning.