Corfu, Greece

Archaeological Museum


Inaugurated in 1967, the Archaeological Museum of Corfu, on Vraila street, a few paces from the Garitsa promenade, it exhibits findings from several excavated sites in the wider region of the island, like Paleopolis, Kanoni, Garitsa, Kassiopi e.a. It was originally meant to host the findings from the Paleopolis temple of Artemis and mainly the temple’s stone pediment, depicting the Gorgo (Medusa), dating from 585 BC, the oldest one found in Greece. Renovated recently with additional halls, it exhibits in a modern way an extremely interesting collection of statues, funeral offerings, coins, pottery and jewelry, certainly worth the visit.

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