Archaeological Museum in Corfu, Greece
Corfu Museums - The Archaeological Museum in Corfu, Greece is a must-visit attraction for history buffs. Located in the main town and constructed between 1962 and 1965, this museum was donated by the town of Corfu to house the archaeological treasures from the Temple of Artemis. Since then, the museum has undergone an expansion with two additional exhibit halls added in 1994 to showcase the latest discoveries from the ancient citadel of Corfu.
Inside, visitors can explore a vast collection of artifacts dating back from prehistoric to Hellenistic times. The collection includes an impressive array of bronze and marble statues, funeral offerings, ancient coins, clay pottery, golden jewelry, and fragments of ancient temples. For an unforgettable journey through the ancient history of Greece, make sure to visit the Archaeological Museum in Corfu.
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