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In the 19th century, the town became centre of the Sanjak of Drama.

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The exhibition covers the period from the beginning of Ottoman period up to the middle of the 19th century.

In the third hall which is roofed with an atrium, the visitor can admire sculptures arranged into three thematic groups.

The Archaeological Museum of Drama covers human presence in the regional unit of Drama from the mid Paleolithic Period (50,000 years before present) with traces of life from Paleolithic hunts in the caves of the source of the Angitis, up to modern times (1913). In the first archaeological finds from the cave of Maara give witness to the presence of nomadic hunters in the area from the mid Palaeolithic period, while other finds show us about the life of settled farmers and animal rearers from Neolithic villages and the passage of the Copper Age in the city of Drama and the village of Sitagri.

The reproduction of a Neolithic house with finds which describe the activities of Neolithic man and his daily activities is the main centre of interest for visitors of all ages.

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) is a city and municipality in northeastern Greece in Makedonia.

The history of the Christian Church in Drama began during the Byzantine period and underwent difficult and troubled times.

From the 14th century when the city was captured by the Ottomans until the 20th century with successive foreign occupations, the Greek Orthodox Church in Drama struggled without end, fed by the blood of many faithful, martyrs to the faith and to the Hellenic ideal and provided succor to its followers through difficult periods.

Bust of Dionysius, found in the area of Kali Vrysi.