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Rooftile and Brickworks Museum N. & S. Tsalapatas
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The Rooftile and Brickworks Museum N. & S. Tsalapatas, one of the rare surviving examples of an industrial complex in Greece, joined the expanding Network of Thematic Technological Museums of the Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation (PIOP) in 2004. The museum's goal is to bring to the fore the historical identity of the town of Volos. Today, it constitutes a strong pole of attraction that strengthens the cultural reserve of the Thessaly region, and contributes to the preservation and promotion of industrial heritage and the development of cultural tourism in the wider region of the Magnissia prefecture. 

http://www.piop.gr/

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Tags: rooftile; brickworks; museum; tsalapata; greece; volos; magnissia; thematic technological
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