Your own question is “ How did they do it”? With almost step you take. The mosaics are breathtaking.
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Only 4 euro a person, it take about 1 to 2 hour to finish the tour. Many staircase to walk, They told me the lift not working. A lot of painting, walk painting from the old building , old gospel book. Go and see for...More
Regardless of your religious beliefs, one cannot deny the beauty of the artwork. The museum takes you through the centuries of Christian art in Greece. There are many representations of the Madonna and Child, as well as images of Jesus Christ - all similar but...More
We arrived the Byzantine Museum after a walk up Likovitas Hill. I wanted something unusual and had the best grilled Portobello mushrooms. The setting was classy and so was the cuisine because that is exactly how I would describe the food....cuisine.
This Museum displays Byzantine Artworks in chronological fashion. It includes many icons and underlines how their styles evolved over time.
If you want to experience the history of Greece you need to see the Byzantine Museum. It covers the period after the Acropolis during the height of the Orthodox Church. It has one of the finest displays of ancient icons you will see. Small children...More
Make sure you don't miss this museum. An amazing collection of Byzantine and Christian art, by walking through this exhibition you follow the development of Byzantine and Christian art. An outstanding collection in what initially looks like an unasuming building.
Got to the museum at 3.10pm. Bought a ticket then said to the staff - going for a coffee. They didn’t mention that the museum closed at 4. Came out of cafe ( which is absolutely beautiful) at 3.35 - everything completely closed up. So...More
Visited this museum on recommendation from hotel. Place was immaculate and with many amazing artefacts. I only spent an hour there but saw everything but you could easily spend longer if you read all the descriptions on every item. A very well looked after museum.
An easy walk from Constitution Square, housed in an old "palace," with gorgeous grounds and a beautiful restaurant. The collection is vast and is displayed in a lovely manner. Explanations are helpful for novices and experts.