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Naval Museum (Marine)
Greece

The modern history of Kalymnos is unbreakably connected with the sea and mainly the sponges peach. In the Naval Museum of Kalymnos you can see through the exhibits, all the history of Voutihtades until today. Skantalopetres, diving suits and a very big photographic file turn the time back and show all the historical course of the Kalymnians. Also the museum includes a big report of folklore types as traditional costumes, types of daily use and more. It is found in the beach of Pothia.

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Uploaded: 21/07/2010
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