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The Histiry of Silk

The Silk Museum presents the different phases of sericulture and silk manufacturing in detail and... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2018
Aimilios T
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Berlin, Germany
This is the authentic.

This is the authentic museum with the old structure of silk process. The staff will guide you and... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2017
Christos T
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The Silk Museum in Soufli presents all the phases and the stages of the pre-industrial process of rearing silkworms (sericulture) and of silk processing (silk manufacturing) within the socio-economic context that made the region a major...more
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73 Venizelou Eleftheriou, Soufli 684 00, Greece
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Reviewed 13 January 2018

The Silk Museum presents the different phases of sericulture and silk manufacturing in detail and focuses on how the town of Soufli became a major silk-producing centre in the late 19th through to the mid-20th century.

Thank Aimilios T
Reviewed 30 August 2017

This is the authentic museum with the old structure of silk process. The staff will guide you and the video they have even for me that I had never seen a silkworm before, now after that I know a lot. You must go here ASAP.

Thank Christos T
Reviewed 9 August 2016 via mobile

There is no entrance fee for students. This is not the museum in the center of the city - it's up on a small hill. It looks like a new collection and tells you alot of the history of silk in the town. There is...More

Thank Alexkonsta1
Reviewed 18 October 2015

Such a beautiful and interesting little museum in the heart of Soufli. I had no idea that Soufli was the heart of the silk industry in Europe for so long and the stories told at the museum were so interesting and sad at the same...More

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Reviewed 11 January 2015

In the small town of Soufli, there's a renovated old house that has been converted to a museum showcasing the history of silk production in the region. The museum contain several artifacts including a short informative video that helps explain the silk production process. There's...More

Thank VasiliPan
Reviewed 6 January 2015

It teaches you a lot about the history of silk! Great for families with kids and especially during holidays, when there is a lot of things to do around!

Thank assyrhc
Reviewed 10 September 2014

The museum is the fruit of so much passion! There are many interesting things to see and learn (including live silkworms). The shop has very affordable gifts, made in the nearby factory.

Thank GeekTourist
Reviewed 2 September 2014

In a renovated traditional mansion in Soufli you can watch a very helpful video that will enlight you how the silk is being produced from the very beginning i.e. the moment the special worms that produce it are being born. You can also see nice...More

Thank SteliosAthens
Reviewed 5 June 2014

It is not easy to find - there are signs as you get into Soufili but you should ask for directions once inside. There are informational videos which are good to watch, and a lot of reading of the walls. The place is well kept...More

Thank ekannai
Reviewed 8 May 2013 via mobile

Its good to go there because you see things you maybe never see them again in your life...its near alexandroupoli andnear the border.you can buy silk scarfs and other silk things from the town too

Thank jose4paok
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