The Folklore Museum of Kalamata is housed in the Mansion Kyriakou in Kalamata, a two-storey building of the 19th century.
On the ground floor of the Folklore Museum of Kalamata you can see small theme sections concerning rural and pastoral life, agricultural artisanship, the art of weaving, pottery and urban occupations. Another series of exhibits is about the daily life of residents.
On the next floor of the Folklore Museum, the exhibition begins with an impressive section dedicated to printing and bookbinding, reminding visitors that Kalamata had the first printing house of Greece after the liberation. It actually printed the Declaration of the rebellious Greeks to the European Courts.
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