The Archaeological Museum of Drama is a small museum that promotes the cultural character of the region. Its permanent exhibition is historical, encompassing human presence in the prefecture of Drama from the Middle Paleolithic period (50,000 years ago) down to the modern age.
The exhibition area consists of three main galleries. The first exhibits finds from the Prehistoric, Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman periods in the city and prefecture of Drama. The second presents finds from the Early Christian, Byzantine, Post-Byzantine and modern periods down to 1913, while the inner courtyard of the building has been transformed into a covered atrium where one may view funerary, cult, and epigraphic monuments and sculptures dating from the Classical to the Post-Byzantine period.
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