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News: Greek museums
The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki.
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by Archaeology Newsroom

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki: Exhibitions open on rotation

From January to March 2013

The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki announces that from January 2013 until late March 2013, its exhibition halls will be open on rotation due to the limited number of personnel.

More specifically:

From Monday to Thursday the permanent exhibitions open to the public, are “The Gold of Macedon”, “Towards the Birth of Cities”, “Macedonia from the 7th c. until Late Antiquity”, “Thessaloniki, Metropolis of Macedonia” and the temporary exhibition “Trafficking of Antiquities. Stop it”.

On Friday and Saturday the available permanent exhibitions are “The Gold of Macedon” and “Prehistoric Macedonia” as well as the temporary exhibitions “Trafficking of Antiquities. Stop it”, “The Louvre in Thessaloniki”, “The Jews of Thessaloniki. Indelible marks in Space”, and “Archaeology behind Battle Lines. In Thessaloniki of the turbulent years 1912-1922”.

On Sunday the available permanent exhibitions are “The Gold of Macedon”, “Towards the Birth of Cities”, “Macedonia from the 7th c. until Late Antiquity”, “Prehistoric Macedonia”, as well as the temporary exhibitions “Trafficking of Antiquities. Stop it”, “The Louvre in Thessaloniki, “The Jews of Thessaloniki. Indelible Marks in Space” and “Archaeology behind Battle Lines. In Thessaloniki of the turbulent years 1912-1922”.

The temporary exhibitions “Macedonian Decapolis in Jordan” and “1912 – Thessaloniki of the Greeks” will remain open throughout the week, while the permanent exhibition “Field House Garden Grave” at the museum’s yard will remain closed until late March.