The Last Cretan Revolution 1897
Collection of Ismene Kriari
The revolution of 1897 in Crete is the last in a long series of revolutions that began with the revolution of Daskalogiannis in 1770 and continued throughout the 19th century.
The collector Ismini Kriari, through 9 Thematic Units, presents in the new exhibition of the “Museum of the City of Athens – Vouros-Eutaxia Foundation”, the last revolution of 1897, as it was reflected in the pages of the European periodical of the countries that as Protective Forces, played an important role in the evolution of Cretan history.
EXHIBITION OPENING: Monday, December 20 | 19:00
DURATION: 20/12/2021 – 1/4/2022
➛The entrance of the visitors is allowed only to those / those who show a valid vaccination certificate. Minors 7 to 14 years old can enter by showing a negative Self Test 24 hours. The certificates are displayed either printed or electronically via a mobile device to the Museum staff, which checks them electronically through the Covid Free GR application.
➛The use of a mask is mandatory throughout the visitor’s stay at the Museum.