I. KAPODISTRIAS DIGITAL ARCHIVE welcomes researchers, teachers and those people, in general, who are interested in Ioannis Kapodistrias: a personality inextricably connected to the historical transformations in the early nineteenth century, who left his mark on the history of Europe and modern Greece.
The Greek Museums foster exhibits which cover several millennia of culture, deeds and accomplishments. This unit introduces the Greek Museums.It provides all kind of information, including the basic facts needed to organize your visit, as well as the museum's history and a description of each museum and its collections.
Thematic Museum Network
Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation Museums Network
The Silk Museum in Sufli
The Silversmithing Museum of Ioannina
Museum of Marble Crafts in Tinos
The Open Air Water-Power Museum of Dimitsana
The Museum of the Olive and Greek Olive Oil in Sparti
The Museum of Industrial Olive-Oil Production of Lesvos
The Environment Museum of Stymphalia
The Rooftile and Brickworks Museum of Volos
The Mastic Museum of Chios
Hellenic Children's Museum
Foundation of the Hellenic World
Alphabetic Catalog of Museums
An interesting Exhibition until 28 July 2016
This series of composite photographs reflects on the Greek Campaign and the Battle of Crete, fought by Anzacs during World War II. Using period photographs overlaying her own images, artist Cheryl Ward has turned back the clock 75 years, returning Anzacs to the Acropolis and German paratroopers to the skies of Crete.
In 2015 photographer Cheryl Ward was contacted by Nick Andriotakis, Secretary of the Joint Committee for the Commemoration of the Battle of Crete and The Greek Campaign. He asked her to create a series of ‘Then & Now’ photographs. The Anzacs are famous for fighting in the First World War. Less well known is the story of the Anzac Corps created to fight in Greece during World War II. Historic photographs show the soldiers between battles visiting the historic sites, like tourists today.
Historical image © Australian War Memorial AWM / 006795. Composite image by Cheryl Ward.
Open daily, 9.30am–5pm, until 28 July 2016
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