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By Julia Vokotopoulou

The shows on reveal within the Archaeological Museum of Thessalonike are awarded and illustrated within the pages of the fast advisor. The illustrations are observed by means of a short explanatory textual content. the fast advisor with its convenient layout is designed to accompany viewers in the course of their travel of the Museum, and likewise, after it really is over, serves as a memento, maintaining the reminiscence of the goods displayed.

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