Kos‘ “Archaeological Museum” reopened after Earthquake
Kos‘ “Archaeological Museum” on Saturday 28th reopened to the public, following inspections conducted by the Minisry of Culture and Sports.
The monuments were temporarily closed to the public, after a strong earthquake hit the island on Friday. Specifically, the ground floor of the Museum has opened, and the floor is scheduled to reopen in the coming days.
Meanwhile, the Culture Ministry’s inspections on Kos’ Archaeological Museum revealed that out of a total of 43 sculptures, three bodies and a head statue have suffered minor damages mainly on the additional plaster coating. A team which consists of archaeologists, conservators and technicians of the Dodecanese Ephorate of Antiquities is working to restore the monuments.
Read 19700 times