A new permanent exhibition of prehistoric antiquities was inaugurated at Thasos Archaeological Museum on Sunday, May 21.
The exhibition is on display in the new wing of the archaeological museum complex in Limenas, the capital of the north Aegean island of Thasos. The entrance of the new wing is just behind an imposing 3.5 meters-tall statue of a kouros holding a ram, most likely depicting the ancient Greek god Apollo.
Everyday life objects dating back to the prehistoric era are on display in a 70-square-meter area. The museum visitors will have the opportunity to admire from up close vessels and tools used in everyday chores around the house and in the fields as well as a completely restored prehistoric residence.
Source: Athens News Agency