Archaeological Museum of Vravrona, Vravrona

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The Brauron Archaeological Museum is a museum in Markopoulo Mesogeias, Greece. Much of the collection is derived from excavations in the Sanctuary of Artemis at Brauron. Of note is a statue representing a small girl, a so-called "bear" (arktoi) (Medvedicka).
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  • Small but very interesting museum where you can spend a surprising amount of time! It has plenty of parking space and is very cheap. Worth visiting together with the temple of Artemis if you are in...  more »
  • This quaint , three room museum was the perfect introduction to visiting the Archaeological site of Brauron. It contains ancient antiquities from the Temple of Artemis . Perfect size to get children....  more »
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  • Very impressed, as it not on the most famous museums. The site although small in size really beautiful. A must, if you are close by.
  • As always a must see with the site. Very helpful staff and beautiful statues on display

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