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The Angelos and Eva Sikelianos Museum

Delphi, Greece
0265/82-173
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Worth the small detour

A museum about an amazing couple (Greek Sikelianos and Eva Palmer from NY city) with a vision to... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2016
loridio
,
athens
via mobile
Quaint cemetery but nothing special

I ended up there by mistake. There's a nice little park and a very nice view of Athena's Temple... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2016
JymMorton
,
Toronto, Canada
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  • Excellent64%
  • Very good9%
  • Average27%
  • Poor0%
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29 Dec 2016
“Worth the small detour”
27 Jul 2016
“Interesting”
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Delphi, Greece
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0265/82-173

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Reviewed 29 December 2016 via mobile

A museum about an amazing couple (Greek Sikelianos and Eva Palmer from NY city) with a vision to revive the Delfi ancient processions and to found a university in the beginning of the 20tj century. Surprisingly open minded for their times both on a personal...More

Thank loridio
Reviewed 17 September 2016

I ended up there by mistake. There's a nice little park and a very nice view of Athena's Temple and Gymnasium but really no reason to go out of your way to see it.

1  Thank JymMorton
Reviewed 27 July 2016

Very close to Delphi, so it is not a bad idea to visit only if you have spare time. However, if your plans include other places that you prefer, then it can be left out.

Thank NPG-Greek
Reviewed 4 August 2014

Sikelianos was a poet who apart from having written beatiful inspiring poetry also was a man of great ideals which he tried to put into action. So as a Greek i felt it as homage to a great man to visit his house. Unfortunately though...More

1  Thank yiam
Reviewed 17 May 2014

You may need to call the phone number written at the gate. Someone will come to open for you. This is a little known chapter in the history of Delphoi that will ink in some colors into the blank spaces. To get there, walk toward...More

2  Thank mexdoc
Reviewed 13 January 2012

Treated with the utmost respect. Attendants everywhere. This place is littered with brilliance.

1  Thank BillZ_12
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