It is located in the center of Chios town, next to the central square and it's very easy to find it.
At the yard there is a Turkish faucet and the big cannon that belonged to the Turkish flagship of Kara-Ali which was set on fire by Kanaris, the fire-fighter.
The big hall of the museum has three main sections:
-Secular and Religious Architecture of Chios island,
-Public and Private Life,
-Worship and Art.
What impressed me more, was the 12 big hagiographies of the prophets which were brought here from Panagia Krina (small church of very high interest).
I also admired the replica of Eugène Delacroix's painting "The massacre of Chios" which stands in the right entrance of the museum.
The ticket costs 4 euro.
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