Evros - Museums

The visitors of Evros can admire its entire history through the wealth of museums found in every town, but in most of the villages as well. They host objects that recount the region’s as well as the residents’ course over the centuries, as well as important artifact of the past.

The Folklore Museums in Evros that describe scenes from the lives of residents of bygone times are the one standing out. The refugee history is recorded in detail; the Historical Folklore Museum of Orestiada, for example, describes the life of refugees that founded the city, with a wealth of objects and artifacts that were carried with them to the new life from the old homeland.

In Evros, there are still museums for the Ethnological History of Thrace, the history of Cappadocians as well as the traditional Sarakatsani settlement, outside Leptokarya.

In Soufli and the surrounding regions, visitors can see many museums that describe the history of silk and its production progress in this particular city of Evros.

What you will not see in Evros is an archaeological museum, as the Archaeological Museum of Alexandroupolis is under construction and the archaeological findings from the region are exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Komotini.

  • Ιστορικό Μουσείο Αλεξανδρούπολης

    Το Ιστορικό Μουσείο Αλεξανδρούπολης δημιουργήθηκε από τον Σύλλογο Αρχαιοφίλων και πολιτιστικής κληρονομιάς Έβρου.

  • Εθνολογικό Μουσείο Θράκης

    Ένας πολύ σοβαρός λόγος για να επισκεφτείτε την Αλεξανδρούπολη είναι το Εθνολογικό Μουσείο Θράκης που στεγάζεται σε πέτρινο νεοκλασικό του 1899.

  • Δημοτική Πινακοθήκη Δ. Ναλμπάντη

    Η Δημοτική Πινακοθήκη στο Διδυμότειχο φιλοξενεί τα έργα του ζωγράφου Δημητρίου Ναλμπάντη. Στεγάζεται σε ένα διώροφο κτίριο του μεσοπολέμου στο κέντρο της πόλης.

  • Λαογραφικό Μουσείο Σουφλίου «Γνάφαλα»

    Το Λαογραφικό μουσείο Σουφλίου «Γνάφαλα», στεγάζει την πλουσιότατη ιδιωτική συλλογή της οικογένειας Μπουρουλίτη.

  • Alexandroupolis Ecclesiastical Museum

    In the Alexandroupolis Ecclesiastical Museum are exhibited, among others, sacred artifacts that the refugees brought from their homelands during the uprooting.

  • Military Museum of Didymoteicho

    The history of the Greek Army in the Military Museum of Didymoteicho. It is housed in a three-storey building of the early 20th century.

  • Natural History Museum of Alexandroupolis

    The Natural History Museum of Alexandroupolis presents the most important ecosystems and habitats of Evros, through a video-documentary.

  • Art of Silk Museum in Soufli

    The Tsiakiri Silk House that is engaged in the production and manufacturing of silk created a unique multi-use facility in the city center.

  • Silk Museum of Soufli

    The Silk Museum of Soufli presents all the stages of silk manufacturing, as it was happening in Soufli during the 19th and 20 th century.

  • Folklore Museum of Cappadocians in Alexandroupolis

    The entire history of Cappadocia before the uprooting is presented at the Folklore Museum founded by the Cappadocians in Alexandroupolis.

  • Folklore Museum of Didymoteicho

    The collection of the Folklore Museum of Didymoteicho includes items related to the daily life of residents of past times.

  • Folklore Collection of Nikos Gkotsis

    The Folklore Collection of Nikos Gkotsis in Feres includes approximately 1.700 items of folklore content gathered by the collector.

  • Historical Museum of Alexandroupolis

    The Historical Museum of Alexandroupolis was created by the Association of Friends of Antiquity and Cultural Heritage of Evros.

  • Historical and Folklore Museum of Orestiada

    The Historical and Folklore Museum of Orestiada hosts exhibits of the refugee history of the town, the uprooting and settlement at the new town.

  • Ethnological Museum of Thrace

    A very good reason to visit Alexandroupolis is the Ethnological Museum of Thrace that is housed in a stone neoclassical building of 1899.

  • Nalbandis Municipal Art Gallery

    The Municipal Art Gallery in Didymoteicho hosts the paintings of the painter Dimitris Nalbandis. It is housed in a two-storey building of the interwar period.

  • “Gnafala” – Folklore Museum of Soufli

    The “Gnafala” Folklore Museum of Soufli houses the very rich private collection of the Bouroulitis family.

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