Sparta Museums - The Archaeological Museum in Sparta, Peloponnese is a historical gem that was erected in 1874 by the renowned architect G. Katsaros. Over time, the main building was expanded with two additional rooms in 1930. The museum is home to an array of excavated objects discovered in and around the ancient town of Sparta, a renowned city-state of Greek antiquity. Visitors can admire the museum's priceless archaeological collections that span from the prehistoric era to the Roman period. These significant findings were sourced from various locations in Laconia and Arcadia within the Peloponnese. The museum's vital categories include prehistoric exhibits, Roman sculptures, mosaics, and columns from ancient temples, all displayed for visitors to marvel at.

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