Silverwork / jewelry
  Copperwork
  Metalwork
  Textiles
  Costume
  Embroidery
  Ceramics
  Woodwork
  Stone
  Glassware
  Knitting / lace
  Paintings / drawings
  Musical instruments
  Pictures
  Shadow theatre
  Weapons
  Tools / machinery
  Ceremonial costume
  Models
  Bourgeois / modern objects
  Other objects
  Leatherwork
  Educational Material
  Paper

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The material civilization studied by the Folklife Museum covers productive activities (farming, livestock rearing, etc.) and processing techniques (weaving, sewing, embroidery, woodwork, metal work, ceramics, etc.) which meet the basic needs of the community for food, shelter and clothing within the context of man's social organization and spiritual and intellectual life.

The collections of the Folklife Museum consist of items from the pre-industrial age in the regions of Macedonia and Thrace. They represent the way of life of the people over the last few centuries, up until the mid-20th century, in both countryside and town. In quantity and variety they are among the richest collections of their kind anywhere in Greece.

 
 
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