It has been operating since 1998 and is housed in the old Primary School of Tholos. The exhibits are mainly of folklore interest such as household objects, furniture, costumes, textiles, agricultural tools, photographs and documents which testify to the great uprooting of the refugee ancestors. All the exhibits, which are around 450 pieces, are donations from the citizens of Tholos.
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