Folklore Museum in Kefalonia, Greece
The museum is housed on the ground floor of the Korgialenios Library, a donation of Vangelis Typaldos Bassia. total. The folklore museum collects studies, ranks and keeps inventory of all the history and folklore data of Kefalonia, from the Venetian period and up until the 1953 with the earthquakes. The museum hosts photocopied English, French and Italian historical documents, household ware, porcelain, silverware, daily farm utensils, reconstruction of a bedroom, maps, surveys, church plans. Also photographic records consisting of 3000 images of Kefalonia before earthquakes, of historical figures, of architectural hardware, of religious icons and temples, works of art, wooden temples, sacred vessels, coins and pictures. In the museum you can visit the informative Korgialeneios Library hosted there.