This museum is worth visiting because it shows the modern history of Macedonia and whole GREECE in general.
About Museum of the Macedonian Struggle
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I am so grateful that i had the chance to make research in the Museum of Macedonian Struggle for second time and i am looking forward for the future researches in this Museum. An extremely suitable research environment being surrounded by the kindest professional staff...More
This is a lovely small museum. It has lots of information about the Macedonian independence fighters though out the ages. Very informative and easily accessible. However it's a bit too detailed about the individuals of the region for tourists to understand.
The museum building was once the Greek Consulate in macedonia and was built in 1894 and designed by Ernst Ziller.The museum is set over 3 floors. It is excellently illustrated with period photographs and well described in English.In display cases are uniforms, guns, swords,medals and...More
Be aware that this museum closes at 1400. It is a small museum telling the story of the Macedonian struggle for freedom in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It could have more English translations, but the photos and exhibits are fascinating nevertheless. Very helpful...More
I have been to the other museums of Thessaloniki, but I never knew of the existence of this one. I had the idea to look for a museum on the history of Thessaloniki and the region, especially since the 1800s, as I was curious to...More
The museum closes early, however they were nice enough to let us in, even though they were about to close. Nice building and well-told story of the Macedonian identity. Learned something new, and that is what you visit museums for I guess!
Arrived there at 3.30 on our last day in Thessaloniki and unfortunately it closes at 3 so we only saw the outside of it. If we ever go to Thessaloniki again, we'll go there in the morning. The building looks very nice.