Mykonos Folklore Museum : the Kyriazopoulos collection of Greek commemoratives
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Published by The Museum in Mykonos .
Written in English


  • Pottery -- Greece, Modern -- Mykonos -- Catalogs,
  • Folklore -- Greece.

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Edition Notes

Statement[compiled by Vas. D. Kyriazopoulos ; translation, John B. Burke].
ContributionsKyriazopoulos, Basileios Dēmētriou, 1903-
LC ClassificationsNK3735G8 M853
The Physical Object
Pagination102 p. :
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19396304M

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The Folklore Museum is the located in an old, two-story, captain’s house in the Kastro of Mykonos town, a few meters distant from the proud Paraportiani church. Established in by professor Kyriazopoulos’s family, the museum is housed in a private building of the 18th century. FOLKLORE MUSEUM OF MYKONOS The two storey captain’s house of Nikolaos Malouchos safeguards the island’s folklore tradition. Passing through its threshold you will have the opportunity to see how a Mykonian house used to be arranged in the past and to admire folklore artifacts such as handwoven tapestries, folk musical instruments, jewelry, keys, ceramics, furniture, commemorative . The Mykonos Folklore Collection, founded by Vassilis D. Kyriazopoulos in , was born of his love for the tradition of his birthplace, Mykonos, and of the dedication and hard work he put into. – The Kyriazopoulos Collection of Greek Commemoratives – (Mykonos Folklore Museum ) – Wikipedia, The free encyclopedia. Ελληνικά Εικονογραφημένα Αναμνηστικά Κεραμικά 19ος & 20ος αι. Greece 19th - Private Collection Athens Greece.

The Folklore Museum of Mykonos is located in the area of Kastro in Hora, close to the church of Panagia Paraportiani. Housed in a captain house of the 19th century, the museum was founded from Professor Vasilios Kyriazopoulos in The purpose of the museum is to exhibit, promote and preserve the rich folklore tradition of the island. The Agricultural Museum of Mykonos was established subsequently to the 1 st Symposium of the Folklore Museums of Greece, which was held in Mykonos in It serves the idea of an outdoor museum, which includes as its exhibits the Bonis Windmill and some other newer facilities, such as the threshing floor, the dovecote and the oven. The Folklore Museum has a big collection of designs and artifacts of weaving that is being constantly enriched. Vassilis Kyriazopoulos, founder of the Folklore Museum had the prudence to collect and record over designs from various textiles, in around when the textile was at its full peak. more than a Greek Guide. Museum Of Greek Folk Art Kidathin Athina 58, Greece.

  [ΜΥΚΟΝΟΣ] mykonos folklore museum, the kyriazopoulos collection, ΛΑΟΓΡΑΦΙΚΟ ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟ ΜΥΚΟΝΟΥ, ΣΥΛΛΟΓΗ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΩΝ ΑΝΑΜΝΗΣΤΙΚΩΝ.   The Folklore Museum. The Folklore Museum is the located in an old, two-story, captain’s house in the Kastro area of Mykonos just a few meters distant from the church of Paraportiani. There are six main exhibition halls which house collections of antique furniture, Byzantine icons, Folkloric ceramics, historical commemorative plates.   Visit the Mykonos Folklore Museum. Between the bustling alleys of Mykonos Chora, there is a different side of the island linked to its traditional past contrasting today’s image of the island. These contrasts are what make Mykonos special and it is worth seeing that side of it by visiting Mykonos Folklore Museum.   Mykonos Folklore Museum This museum was founded in May by professor Vasilios Kyriazopoulos. It is situated in the Kastro area and is known for being housed by an old, two-story building from.