The History of the Museum
The collection of the Ethnological and Folklore Museum of Chrisso is the result of the unceasing and persistent effort of the last fifty years of the collector
Mr. Elias Daradimou and continues to this day to be enriched with all kinds of valuable, interesting, rare and remarkable object of our popular cultural heritage.
When the collection reached a level that could be exhibited, it was donated by the collector to the Municipality of Delphi on the condition that it be housed and permanently exhibited in the neoclassical school of Chrisso, a building of special historical importance.
ILIA E. DARADIMOU
The collection consists of Greek traditional costumes, unique in variety, quality and execution of embroidery, which are placed in the pre-revolutionary, revolutionary, Ottonian and later period, until almost 1920 as well as collectibles of ethnological and folklore interest of inestimable value.
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