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Permanent exhibition “Man and Tools. Aspects of labour in the pre-industrial world”

In 2008, the Museum of Greek Folk Art created a new annex at 22 Panos Street in Plaka to house... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2018
Chronis_Papachristou
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Athens, Greece
Pre-industrial tools, their significance is relevant to us all.

The museum is a branch of the museum of Greek Folk art, a small, compact and beautifully... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2015
everu
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jerusalem
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13 Jan 2018
“Permanent exhibition “Man and Tools. Aspects of labour in the pre-industrial world””
5 Nov 2015
“Pre-industrial tools, their significance is relevant to us all.”
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Reviewed 13 January 2018

In 2008, the Museum of Greek Folk Art created a new annex at 22 Panos Street in Plaka to house around 300 objects consisting of tools and products of traditional labour, part of a collection of around 1,000 objects donated to the Museum by the...More

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Reviewed 6 November 2015

The museum is a branch of the museum of Greek Folk art, a small, compact and beautifully thought-out and displayed collection of tools and objects from the pre-industrial age (which in some areas lasted until periods within living memory) There are quotations from makers and...More

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