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Topics
Greek benefactors
Traditional houses and buildings of Epirus
Traditional bridges of Epirus
Publications on the traditional bridges of Epirus
Fotis Rapakousis Museum
Photographical Collections
Artists of Ioannina
Festivals
Folkloric elements
Settlements
Music and dancing traditions
Professions
Christian monuments
Museums
Archaeological sites and monuments
Traditional forms of Art - Professions
History
Mythology
Religion
Folklore - customs and manners
Personalities
Museum Objects
Castles - Towers
Architecture
Jewish Monuments
Islamic Monuments
LOCATION
Epirus
Ano Louros and Western Xerovouni
Grammenochoria (the Grammeno villages)
Dodonochoria (the Dodoni villages)
Zagori
Zitsa
Ioannina
Katsanochoria
Konitsa
Lakka Souli
Metsovo
District of Preveza
Pogoni
Tzoumerka
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12/02/2008
POGONI/ CULTURE- MUSEUMS

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Intellectual Centers

Intellectual Center of Delvinaki

Libraries

Library of Delvinaki

Art Galleries

Art Gallery of Delvinaki: 20 works of the painter Georgios Dourdouris are exhibited along with photos of the benefactors and great personalities of Pogoni.
A collection of works by Giannis and Nikos Kolefas in Stavroskiadi. Housed in the old school. Mills, wells, threshing yards, Oreokastro. Paleopirgos, Aghios Kosmas Museums

Folklore Museum of Zavroho

The Folklore Museum of Zavroho includes exhibits depicting the everyday life of the residents of Pogoni, objects from the Balkan wars and the Greek-Italian war of 1940-41. 160 objects are exhibited in total, among which several local costumes, carders, ploughs, kitchen utensils, etc.

Natural History Museum of Kastani

Embalmed animals and a small folklore collection make up the exhibits of the Museum.

Folklore Museum of Pogoniani

Kitchen utensils, textiles, wood carved art, local costumes, jewelry, agricultural tools and photographic material from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century.


Folklore Museum of Stratinista

Traditional men’s and women’s costumes, household utensils, sewing machines, millstones, agricultural tools and other items are exhibited.