We stepped out of the rain, and into the museum. While the focus of our trip was ancient Greece, this was a very charming diversion. There was a low entry fee, and the kids were free. The museum provided some great insight into living in the region in the ninteenth and early twentieth centuries. We found the costumes/traditional dress, and household articles differed greatly from what was used in our region at the time. A fantastic visit.
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