Poros Folkloric Museum

The Poros Folkloric Museum was lovingly created by the members of the Poros Women’s Cultural Association ‘Poriotissa’ founded in 2003 and is included in the association’s founding charter.
The museum’s holdings comprise largely items donated by Poriotissa members and friends or purchased for the collection. It includes a range of household utensils and other items, farm tools, traditional furnishings, a loom, embroidering, weavings, handicrafts, traditional costumes, photographs, and other items.
The Poros Folkloric Museum is registered with the Ministry of Culture.

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