The Byzantine Museum of Veria
the Byzantine Museum of Veria is housed in a majestic 1911 landmark industrial building known as the Mill of Mark, which is located in the limits of the traditional district Kyriotissa next to the ancient town wall.
The exhibits are housed in three floors, 720 square meters of total area and each floor has a separate exhibition theme of the permanent exhibition of the museum. Impressive icons, murals from churches and buildings of the region, mosaics, architectural sculptures, marble inscriptions, pottery and miniature art and coins, manuscripts, and burial findings compose the rare collection of the permanent exhibition of the Byzantine Museum of Veria. The permanent collection of the museum represents in the best way, the glorious history of the city and shows that Veria was a regional Metropolis of the Byzantine Empire in the heart of Macedonia.
Address: Thomaidi 26
Tel: 23310 25847