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Athens - Archaeological Museum of Vravrona Archaeological Museum of Vravrona
It is located in the area of Markopoulo and its exhibits come from the temple of Vravrona and the area of Mesogeion and they cover a large period of time, from the early Bronze Age until the Roman Age. The building consists of an atrium and five rooms and it was constructed in 1960. The main collection consists of exhibits that were discovered in the temple of Artemis of Vravrona, one of the most important places of worship in all Attiki. According to the myth, this is the place where Ifigeneia was also worshipped as a goddess. The exhibits are statues of Artemis, coins and jewellery as well as smaller statues of girls from 4th century BC. The museum is open every day, except Monday, from 08:30 - 15:00.
How to get there: With a bus from Nomismatokopeio, line 304: Athens-Artemis and from Artemida, line 323: Agios Nikolaos-Vravrona, which stop about 2,5 km from the museum.
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