Lemnos Archaeological Museum

Greece

The Archaeological Museum of Lemnos is in Myrina, at the location Romeikos Gialos. The exhibition aims to letting the visitor follow, through the exhibits and the visual material, the history of Lemnos from the Copper era to the Middle Ages, and to understand the island’s importance in the wider area of North Aegean Sea.

The Museum of Lemnos is situated in a building that was built in the 19th century, and housed the Turkish commander.

The Archaeological Museum of Lemnos is in Myrina, at the location Romeikos Gialos. It is relatively close to the city’s Castle, next to the archaeological site of Myrina, and they form a common archaeological space.

In the Archaeological Museum of Lemnos, the evolution and walk of the island through times is displayed in chronological order, from the copper times to the roman times.

The exhibition aims to letting the visitor follow, through the exhibits and the visual material, the history of Lemnos from the Copper era to the Middle Ages, and to understand the island’s importance in the wider area of North Aegean Sea.

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