Archaeological Museum of Tegea, Arkadia Region

Categories: Natural History Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
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  • A small but modern gem in Tegea. Worth the visit all those found in Arcadia. Kids free, adults 4 euros.
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  • As a museum lover I decided to visit this brand new place and I have to admit that it's a unique place.. As far as it concerns the museum environment I d like to refer that all new technology is place...  read more »
  • We visited the Museum as a family and we were impressed. Very intuitive set-up of exhibits, pleasant and modern environment, engaging experience for children. He deserved the award. Congratulations to the developers.
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  • From a very early age children are groomed as warriors. They also study philosophy, history, literature, languages and strategic thinking. Tourists are warned to steer clear of children while they practice with swords and spears.
  • I loved it!!! Almost got killed, but thats fine!
  • The Archaeological Museum of Sparta is home to thousands of discoveries found in the province of Sparta and the prefecture of Lakonia, including areas which are not covered by the Archaeological Collections of Gytheio and Neapoli Voion. The halls of the museum exhibit an array of artifacts spanning the period between the Neolithic and late Roman era. The most significant exhibits are those with findings from the major sanctuaries of Sparta. Visitors to the museum have the opportunity to admire important finds from prehistoric sites in Lakonia, sculptures from the Archaic through the Roman periods unearthed at various locations within the prefecture, and findings from rescue excavations, including sections of mosaic floors dating back to the Roman era in Sparta. Finally, exhibits of the museum also include inscriptions which shed light on several aspects of Spartan history. found this description on sparti website.
  • Guys only. One of the few remaining traces of ancient Sparta
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