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FEBRUARY 3 – Free entrance on Sunday 3 February at the Historical Museum

JANUARY 25 – Motherland
January 15, 2019
FEBRUARY 8 – Dimitris Poulikakos and Nikos Spyropoulos (Spyridoula)
February 1, 2019

As on the first Sunday of the month, on February 3, 2019, the entrance to the Historical Museum of Crete is free. Visitors are given the opportunity to visit, in addition to the permanent collections of the Museum, the periodical exhibitions “Teratology. From the History of Man “and” Natalia Mela: 25 Sculptures “, which will be presented at the Museum until the end of February 2019. The periodicals accompany a bilingual printed leaflet (Greek, English), which is distributed free of charge.

The exhibition “Teratology. From the History of Man “with the works of Diamantis Diamantopoulos from the Collection of Contemporary Art of the collector Zacharias Portalakis, accompanies a detailed color catalog (in Greek and English) and the exhibition” Natalia Mela: 25 sculptures “the Greek-French book” The sculptures of Natalia Mela on the island of Spetses “(Vassiliki Anagnostou, editions Oceanian, Athens 2015). These books are available at IMK Shop, along with the publications of the Cretan Historical Studies Company and the creations of new designers.

Taking a break at IMK Café, guests of the Museum can enjoy delicious suggestions, such as the brunch, offered exclusively on Saturdays and Sundays, indoors and outdoors (garden and deck overlooking the sea).

Practical information

The Sunday’s opening hours of the Museum are 10: 30-15: 30.
On the rest of the month of the month the entrance is reduced (3 euros) and includes the free disposal of audio-guided sound recorders (in order of priority) and participation in all the current activities of the Museum.
Steady, free entrance is for children up to 12 years old, the unemployed and the students of the University of Crete, the Technical University of Crete and TEI. Crete.
The entrance to the IMK Café within the opening hours of the Museum is always free.