Kotsanas Museum Of Ancient Greek Technology, Argostoli

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… Part of a series of museums throughout Greece that studies, highlights and presents to visitors the technology of ancient Greeks. Robotics and computers, steam-driven and gas propulsion, automotive and automatic navigation, automation and automation programming, telecommunications and encryption, geodesy and mapping, utilization of hydraulic and wind energy, the application of belt… Read more

Lithostroto and Bell Tower Square (Kabana)

The main shopping areas of Argostoli are concentrated on the first two parallel streets up from the coastal road and the small vertical streets crossing them. The first street called Siteboron Str has various shops but continue to the main shopping street called Lithostroto (paved street) where you can find a large selection of souvenir,… Read more

Nautical Museum of Sami

Kefalonia by Anna suggests… The Nautical Museum of Sami is home to twenty two hand made wooden model vessels, spanning a history of 3,500 years!  There is an impressive and creative display of traditional shipbuilding in Greece. The exhibits are made of different types of wood ranging in length from 1.20 to 3.15 metres and they… Read more

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, first Major Stage Production

On its 25th anniversary, the best selling novel is brought to life in a world premiere theatrical production touring around the UK in spring 2019 At the end of March 2018 I received a really exciting email! I had been contacted by the production team of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin , the first major stage production,… Read more

Museum in memory of Acqui Division Kefalonia, Argostoli

In September 1943, following the Italian Armistice,  5,155 soldiers from the Italian 33rd Acqui Infantry Division were massacred by the Germans on the island. The massacre began on the 21st September and lasted for one week. A further 3,000 soldiers drowned after the German ships carrying them away from Kefalonia to concentration camps were lost at… Read more

Olive Story Museum, Makriotika

Located 5 min from Agia Efimia, at the traditional village of Makriotika, there is a little Olive Museum! (opening times for 2019 not yet announced) Olive oil production is a major component of Kefalonian economy. Until the 18th Century the quantity of olive oil produced on the island just covered the needs of the residents…. Read more

Focas-Cosmetatos Foundation

The Focas-Cosmetatos Foundation is located in Argostoli, Kefalonia. It was established in 1984 with the endowment of the three brothers Spiridon, Kosmetos and Nikolaos Focas-Cosmetatos.The initial aims of the Foundation were: a) the conversion of the family house into a Museum displaying their personal collections and b) the publication of studies on Kefalonia and the… Read more

Corgialenios Library & Museum of Folklore and Cultural History

Corgialenios Museum The Corgialenios Historical and Cultural Museum located in Argostoli,  span the history of Kefalonia, from the Venetian Conquest (circa 1500 A.D.) to the destruction of the cultural heritage by the 1953 earthquakes, from the point of view of everyday life of island people which is interposed and dynamically affected by historical developments (consecutive occupations… Read more