Corfu Museums - The Byzantine Museum of Corfu, Greece is situated within the historic Church of Virgin Mary Antivouniotissa, in the Mouragia quarter of the main town. Originally constructed in the 15th century, the church has undergone several transformations over the years and now houses the museum which opened in 1984. The Byzantine Museum of Antivouniotissa boasts a remarkable collection of portable Byzantine and post-Byzantine icons, crafted by both celebrated and anonymous artists, and dating back to the 15th to 19th centuries. Visitors can also explore a variety of liturgical objects, heirlooms, old gospels, manuscripts, and even the priestly garments. Plan a visit to the Byzantine Museum in Corfu, Greece and discover a treasure trove of Byzantine and post-Byzantine art and artifacts.

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