Traveler's Guide

East Macedonia & Thrace

Archaeological Museum of Komotini


The Archaeological Museum of Komotini inaugurated in 1976. Constructed building is a study of internationally acclaimed architect Aris Konstantinidis. His exhibitions cover the period from the Neolithic to the Byzantine period. The display occupies in chronological sequence, but the breakdown of local excavation sets. The aim of the exhibition was to present selected findings and representative of the major archaeological sites, which can offer to the visitor all the necessary information for the prehistory and history of the Aegean Thrace. All exhibits reveal the importance of the presence of the Greeks in the northern Aegean and the creative course of Greek art and Greek civilization in a remote, in antiquity, the area of the north. The most impressive exhibit, arguably, is the golden bust of Septimius Severus (193-211 AD), which kept fixed to the pole imaginiferi the Roman army. The main museum exhibition includes objects from prehistoric sites (Neolithic and Iron Age), from Greek colonies, holy, Roman settlements and cemeteries. The Archaeological Museum of Komotini is open to visitors from 08:30 until 15:00 daily. A. Symeonidis 4 PC 69100, Komotini (Rodopi) Phone: +30 25310 22411 Fax: 2531021517 Email:

Daily from 08:30 a.m to 15:00 p.m

Service Unit: 19th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities

Phone: +302531022411

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    4 A. Symeonidi str. , PC 69100, Komotini (Prefecture of Rhodope)
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