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Archeological Museum of Samothraki

The Archeological museum of Samothraki includes findings from excavations that took place during the 20th century in the ancient town (Paleapoli). Together with the findings the museum exhibits the model of Nike of Samothrake.

The museum has the following halls:

  • Hall 1: Restored archeological parts of Sanctum buildings.
  • Hall 2: Restored architectural parts, sculptures and coins taken from the Sanctum.
  • Hall 3: Sculptures, miniatures and ceramics taken from the Sanctum and the ancient city.
  • Hall 4: Findings from necropolis.
  • Atrium: Inscriptions.

Working hours
Daily: 08:30-15:00
Bank holidays: 15th of August, 28th of October: 08:30-15:00

City/Post code: 680 02 Paleopoli of Samothrake.
Tel.: 25510 - 41474

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