The Solomos Museum is housed where Greece’s national poet Dionisios Solomos, lived for many years of his life (1798-1857), this collection of memorabilia includes his writing desk, manuscripts, personal photographs and an extensive library. The museum provides an in-depth and intensive look at the man who wrote the Greek national anthem, Hymn for Liberty, with many documents and materials about him collected together under an impressive array of portraits of himself and other great alumni of the Solomos School. A great personality of his time, the museum shows how he affected not only the Greek revolution, but the Italian one as well.