The Archaeological Museum of Philippi was built in 1960 according to the designs of architects I.D. Triantafyllidi and D. Fatouro on the outskirts of the archaeological site of Philippi. Because the old building had multiple problems the building was reconstructed.
The museum has two sections of exhibition spaces for the permanent presentation of findings from the excavations of the ancient city.
Section A” occupies the entire ground floor and has an area of 380 sq.m. This
section presents archaeological (inscriptions, sculptures, pottery, coins, jewelry), historical and visual material of the city of Philippi and the region from prehistoric times to the end of Roman antiquity.
Section B” occupies the upper floor of the building with an area of 205 sq.m. and is presented the Christian city (inscriptions, architectural, mosaics, pottery, coins) from the
early Christian time of heyday till its shrinkage of the 7th AD century and the final desolation after the Turkish conquest in the late 14th century.
Source: Eastern Macedonia & Thrace
It is located at the borders of Kavala and Xanthi prefectures, south of the town of Stavroupoli, with area of 2,380 hectares. It is one of the most beautiful landscapes of Greece with great ecological interest. The visitors can see the plurality of rare plants such as the agriopaschalia, champerlea, red peony and ramnis of Rhodope. At the same time, the region is rich in fauna, with nesting wolves,... read more
The health place of krinides, with its therapeutic clay and curative water, geographically belongs to a wider area with rich history that begins with the foundation of the city in 360 B.C. One of the most important archaeological sites of eastern Macedonia is situated in Krinides, Kavala. In this historic region one can come across the ancient thermae, the ancient agora, the ancient theatre of Filippoi,... read more
Located 15 km from Kavala in Krinides and is one of the most important historical sites in the area. Founded by the father of the Great Alexander and took his name. Includes, the ancient theater of Philippi (where every summer is organised the homonymous Festival), the Forum and the commercial market, the palaestra, the islands with private houses and early Christian churches. It was founded by Thassian... read more
The castle of Kavala is at the top of the peninsula where the old city is built. During Byzantine times and after them successive reconstructions and interventions in the fortification by the Byzantines, Venetians and Turks, have been done. The castle (citadel) in its present form, was built in the first quarter of the 15th century, based on Byzantine foundations. In its external theater are held... read more
The Nautical Museum of Kavala was created in 2005 with the aim of preserving the maritime cultural heritage. Currently is underway the creation of space that will house the Maritime Museum. Nevertheless, members of the Museum are being active by visiting schools, participating in the naval week with nautical exhibits and their participation in international conferences. Source: Eastern Macedonia... read more
The Historical & Literary Archive Kavala was founded in 1996. Its current official legal form and recommendation was made in 1996, when it was obvious that the size was so extended and with important historriacal value that it should be organized with modern methods and standards, based on scientific foundations files, to present a valuable historical material being collected the past 50 years. The... read more