The goal of the tour in the museum was to show to international students the cultural and historical aspect of the city but at the same time, for them to learn more about how a museum functions behind the exhibitions. The event was even more beneficial for the students whose field of studies were relevant and they gained useful knowledge.
Its historical physiognomy testifies to it: the countless churches, its walls, its monuments. Apart from being a co-regent, Thessaloniki is also an open Byzantine museum.
But how was daily life, worship, commercial, and laboratory activity during the Byzantine era in one of the most important cities of the Byzantine Empire?
Cultural Trails: episode 7 goes to the city's Byzantine museum and decodes the history that the bells whisper, while at the same time discovering the secrets of preserving the relics.