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Have visited on the 24th of August afternoon.
There is an entrance fee of 1,5 euros. The son of friend was with me who is 12 and the lady at the entrance did not charge him.
It is a well preserved house. I personally loved...More
For the Greeks, Skiathos and Alexandros Papadiamantis are one. Papadiamantis was born, lived worked and died in the island, leaving behind an important writing treasure. His books are unique in terms of linguistic expression that can only be appreciated if you speak Greek. All his...More
We enjoyed looking around this house which belonged to the Author it is named for. It is a small building so it didn't take long to go round it and most of the information was in Greek - but it didn't cost very much and...More
Is the house of a good greek writer! no something special but is cool that you can see how was the houses of 1850 in an island in Greece.
The house in the center.
There is also guide, for the history of the writer and...More
Situated in a pleasant small square, the house consists of three small rooms on the first floor. It took us about five minutes to look around but at 1.50 Euro admission price it was reasonable value for money.For some reason you can't take photos inside...More
A small place that actually is not museum as advertised is just as per title the house of the writer Papadiamandis.
As specific writer died beg of 19th century you can easily understand how the house was.
It’s good to see how people were living...More