Folk Art Museum of the Municipality of Athens
( 18 Hyperidou Athens )
It is housed in a beautiful neoclassical building and is one of the last works (1927) of the architect Aristotle Zachos, who combined the architecture of his time with the Greek tradition, especially Macedonian architecture. The building was owned by Aggeliki Hatzimichalis, who also owned the collection of traditional and modern handicrafts exhibited in the five rooms on the ground floor. The museum also organizes periodic exhibitions with the aim of promoting and improving the quality of contemporary folk art.
Source: Papyrus Larus Britannica