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Address: Central Square, Amfikleia 350 02, Greece
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All about precious bread!

How was bread prepared? what bread-making tools did people use in old times? How many sorts o bread were there and what did each mean? What about the Art of bread decoration for... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2015
zaniko
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Rafina, Greece
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Reviewed 10 May 2015

How was bread prepared? what bread-making tools did people use in old times? How many sorts o bread were there and what did each mean? What about the Art of bread decoration for special occasions? There were so many things I learned and admired in this unique small museum; and may be, I've started appreciating bread the most as it... More 

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Athens, Greece
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Reviewed 7 December 2012

It s interesting to see the methods they used to make bread, as it s an area that they cultivated wheat.

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Reviewed 26 October 2011

Having visited Amfiklia twice before, I was really curious about the bread museum, so this time I went to visit it with my husband. It is the only museum of this kind in Greece and 1 of 5 bread museums in whole Europe, I think. I am an adult and really enjoyed the visit but I guess that going there... More 

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