(17 Erythrou Stavrou, 65110 Kavala tel. 25102 22335)
The Archaeological Museum of Kavala is one of the most important museums in Greece. It was built in 1963-64 by the professors of the Polytechnic School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, D. Fatouros and G. Triantafyllidis. Its expansion has been included in the Regional Program of the 2nd Community Support Framework, the study of which was drawn up by the Polytechnic School. The Museum exhibits collections of prehistoric finds, objects from Neapolis excavations as well as finds from Ancient Amphipolis. His findings include stone and clay objects from the Neolithic period as well as the Bronze Age from the area of the Dikili Tas settlement. Among the most important exhibits are the remains of the temple of Athena Parthenos, archaic and classical figurines and black-figure vases.
Editor: Fotini Anastasopoulou