Alekos K. Damtsas Museum

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The Art Centre Giorgio de Chirico (Template:Lang-gr) is an art center/museum in a three-story building in Volos, Magnesia, Greece.[1] It is named for internationally famous Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico, who was born to Italian parents in Volos on July 10, 1888.[2] The first floor of the museum is a municipal museum with more than 400 works. The second and third floors house the Alekos K. Damtsas Museum (Template:Lang-gr) which holds a collection donated by Alexandros K. Damtsas, a local businessman. It consists of more than 500 paintings by Greek artists of the 19th and early 20th century, and engravings, maps, and documents about Volos, and artworks by locals.[1]

According to a Pelion-region travel website, it is one of 20 "sites worth seeing" in the region.[3]

It is located at 3 Metamorphosis Str. in Vólos and, in 2016, has opening hours on Saturday and Sunday.[3]


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