Ethnological Museum of Thrace, Alexandroupoli

(4.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • When we arrived at the Museum we were friendly. An employee of the Museum told us briefly the origin and the history of the Museum. Then we went on a journey of discovery. We were led and everywhere competent and informed vividly about the exhibits from room to room. In the room with the cooking and Baking utensils, there are to see a very interesting movie about old recipes and traditional ways of production of various sweets. Very interesting for us also the processing of tobacco, cotton, silk, which used a large share of agriculture in Thrace accounted for. Overall, we were about 90 minutes there and made a very interesting time travel in the Thrace of the past.
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  • The "Ethnographic Museum of Thrace" at the city of Alexandroupolis, constitutes a remarkable effort of promoting the local Ethnography and Folklore, which is more or less the same throughout the Balka...  more »
  • We visited the site with school! Very good effort for the conservation of tradition with several exhibits! However the staff that served us chose not to play a game – to develop a thematic presentation, than to guide us as we needed, I left there very dysarestimenos and of course not got anything!
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  • cool place with a lot of history about the old silk road and Byzantine and ottoman cultures
  • Extremely interesting exhibits, ongoing! A "living" Museum!
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  • Perfect!!
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