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Museum of Marble Crafts
Greece

Le Musée de la Marbrerie à Pirgos, sur l'île de Tinos, a été créé par la Fondation Culturelle de la Banque du Pirée (PIOP), qui est également responsable de son fonctionnement. Il appartient au Réseau de Musées Thématiques de la Fondation et est le premier de son genre en Grèce. Le musée est hébergé dans des locaux modernes, entièrement équipés et comprenant une salle polyvalente, construits de manière à se marier harmonieusement avec le paysage caractéristique de l'île. Faisant partie du Programme Opérationnel Régional pour la Mer Egée du Sud 2000-2006, le projet a été financé par le IIIème Cadre d'Appui Communautaire et par la Banque du Pirée. 

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