This collection basically covers the entire period after Christianity, from the first appearance of Christianity in Greece to the nineteenth century. As a bibliographer, I like these books and manuscripts, which also contain amazing Byzantine art and archaeological discoveries. I think the tombs are the biggest exhibition. In a rather dark room, they are lit up from below and presented completely. It's beautiful.
In the museum, there are religious paintings and sacred utensils from the 11th to 16th centuries on display. They are very precious and full of eyes. Unfortunately, photography is not allowed inside. Interested friends can only experience it in person.
The Byzantine Museum of Culture is located in Thessaloniki. Until 2004, eleven exhibition halls of the museum were gradually opened. In 2005, the museum was named "Best Museum" by the European Commission. The theme of the first exhibition is "Early Christian Church", focusing mainly on the church buildings and decorations of the first centuries of Christianity. The second exhibition is entitled "Early Christian Cities and Residences". It shows all aspects of economic life, including housing, furniture and decoration, crafts, clothing and diet. The third exhibition reflects the characteristics of early Christian tombs, focusing mainly on Tomb architecture and painting. Tourists can enjoy the jewelry and pottery unearthed from the tomb. In the following exhibition hall, we will introduce monasticism, anti-idolatry, the futility of Cyril and Meadow's apostles and so on. The latter two exhibition halls are mainly used to show the daily life of the Byzantine Emperor and a Byzantine castle.
The Byzantine Cultural Museum is located in the downtown area of Saloniga, Greece. This time, the Byzantine Culture is one of the most important cultures in the world. It contains a lot of historical relics, handicrafts and the introduction of Byzantine traditional customs. It is fascinating to our friends who love history.
Greece is second only to the Byzantine Museum in Athens. The exhibition did not last as long as Athens did from the Byzantine period to the pre-independence period of Greece, but because Thessaloniki was the capital of Macedonia in northern Greece for a long time, and was the political, economic, cultural and military center of the region, the collection was considerable.
The culture displayed here is a powerful country in ancient times, a vanguard culture can bring impact to everyone, but also a very meaningful historical significance.
It is very suitable for people who are interested in art history to visit and it is also a concentrated display of Byzantine culture.
This is a good place to study Byzantine culture. There are a lot of art exhibits.
The Museum of Culture has a large collection of ancient Byzantine relics.
Tourist good place, you have the opportunity to visit it.