This was a late addition to our group tour and well worth it. The museum is very well laid out and the statues, sarcophagi and ethnographic sections are especially good. (There's nothing wrong with the coins, small artifacts, icons, and pottery bits, it's just that the other bits grab your attention.)
The (new?) Hall of the Child (so named on the guide) would be a very useful starting point for school groups - well done to the museum staff. No flash photos allowed in most areas.
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