Folklore Museums Attraction - Kos - Dodecanese
Folklore Museums Attraction
There are two folklore museums on Kos, one in Antimacheia village and one in Kefalos village, both of which demonstrate what life used to be on Kos in the past centuries. The one in Antimachia is also called the stone-built house of Antimachia, as it is housed in a traditional stone house of the first half of the 20th century. It is built and decorated as a typical traditional Dodecanese house. Inside you will see what a house of Kos looked like, with all its equipment and rooms. At the yard there is the pig-house and the chicken coop. Right next to the Museum is the Windmill of the Priest, which is the only one of its kind in Dodecanese that is still being used.
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