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“Disappointing attitude”

Bellinis Tower Museum
Ranked #1 of 4 things to do in Alinda
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Reviewed 25 July 2014

Not overly friendly staff who turned us away an hour before closing time. Having been before, it only takes half an hour to trot round. Would not have minded too much if we hadn't just wasted ten euros on a taxi to get here.

Thank MikeTittensor
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Reviewed 15 June 2014

Great looking building and very interesting historical museum. It is small but presents a lot of different aspects of life and history in Leros. We were fortunate to have ms Bella on hand to explain the various displays. She has helped to collect and display the various artifacts and has her own historical information to offered to visitors. We'll worth a visit.

Thank Sotiris V
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Reviewed 6 October 2013

Very good displays with all exhibits having information in English, curator also very knowledgable and helpful, make sure to visit the Allied War cemetary further along the road

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Reviewed 28 July 2013

Interesting folk museum in one of the charming mercantile houses here. Worth a few hours review of the historical artefacts and collections here if you want to get to understand island Greek culture. Also don't forget to go to the Archaeological Museum in Ayia Marina or the exquisite icon museum up at the castle.

Thank MikeTittensor
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Reviewed 24 July 2013

We waited for the museum to be open and were rewarded by a fascinating view of how life used to be in Leros. The display of surgical equipment was particularly interesting. There were other displays of art work, local costume and musical instruments. The big displays about the war were impressive. The lady who runs the museum is very helpful and explains some of the displays if she has time.

Thank Sallypb
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