Piraeus, the port city of Athens, became a Mediterranean naval powerhouse during the 5th century BC and remained a major ... More
Archaeological Museum of Piraeus
Piraeus, the port city of Athens, became a Mediterranean naval powerhouse during the 5th century BC and remained a major commercial center until its destruction by the Romans. Traces of the city's prosperity are exhibited at the archaeological museum near the Zea Harbour. The museum's collection contains statues, grave monuments, reliefs, and pottery, mainly from the 5th and 4th century BC. Right next to the museum are the ruins of an ancient theater.
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