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The Archaeological Museum of Ancient Korinthos contains in its collections findings from prehistoric times; the Geometric, Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic eras, as well as materials from the Roman and Byzantine periods. Its exhibits include the findings of the temple of Asclepius. The atrium of the museum is adorned with sculptures and...
The Archaeological Museum of Isthmia opened in 1978 and presents in its collections findings from the temple of Poseidon, the sanctuary of Palaemon, the Hellenistic settlement of Rahi, and the impressive opus sectile panels, unique in Greece, made of ivory and glass, found in excavations of the Ancient port of Kechries.
Opening hours: Daily...
The Archaeological Museum of Nemea contains findings from the prehistoric era: pottery and jewelry from the excavations at the Mycenaean cemetery at Aidonia and the settlement of Agia Eirini; coins, votive objects related to the Nemian games, architectural members of monuments, as well as inscriptions and descriptions of Nemea written by...
A museum that aims to highlight the intertwined relationship between man and nature. Displays characteristics of nature at Stymfalia and how these affect their residents.
Opening hours: 10:00-18:00, daily except Tuesdays