Archaeological Museum of Vravrona

Museum between Athens and Piraeus

Very close the archaeological site of Vravrona, the museum houses statues of children protected by Goddess Artemis of the nearby temple.

It is situated in the area of Markopoulo, while its exhibits come from the temple of Vravrona and the area of Mesogeion covering 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 worshiping the Goddess in Attiki. According to the myth, this is the place where Ifigeneia was also worshipped as a goddess.

The exhibits include among other statues of Artemis, coins, and jewelry as well as smaller statues of girls from 4th century BC.

About Archaeological Museum of Vravrona

Last updated: 30 Jul 2020

address Markopoulo Mesogaias, 190 03, Greece
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