The inauguration of the exhibition on the Aegina Mosaic – belonging to an ancient synagogue of the 4th century AD, was a great success.

The event was organized in collaboration with the Ephorate of Antiquities of Piraeus and Islands of the Ministry of Culture and Sport and under the auspices of the Municipality of Aegina.

The exhibition will remain open until August 24 and will be open to the public during the opening hours of the Archaeological Museum of Cologne in Aegina.

The mosaic of Aegina belonged to an ancient synagogue of the 4th century AD and was discovered in the 19th century near the Crypt Port. It was later moved to the courtyard of the Archaeological Museum of Cologne, where it is today exhibited as the Avra ​​Hotel was built in the early 1960s.

It is a very important monument to the story of the Jewish presence in Greece – a Greek-speaking community living in Greece since antiquity. It is also an important monument to the island of Aegina, which can also contribute to stimulating tourism and boosting the local economy with its preservation, protection and promotion.

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