(Translation by Google)
A report on the importance of salt takes place this summer in Kyparissia. From July 23 until August 9, visitors can see traditional tools and equipment, photographs and documents, works of art inspired salt and traditional salt shaker.
The original report, entitled "Salt, white treasure", organized in Kyparissia initiative of the non-profit organization Programme for the protection and promotion of the Old City of Kyparissia (www.kyparissiaoldtown.gr).
Salt, white is the treasure exhibition held successfully in the Holy City of Messolonghi by the Center for Art and Literature DIEXODOS to 8,500 thousand visitors.
Among the issues addressed are the salt of the world and Greece, the methods of production, its contribution to sustaining life on the planet, its impact on global economy, art, environment and culture.
Salt in all colors, machines and traditional tools, construction of salt, art reproductions, photographs and historical documents, paintings and a large collection of salt cellar dating from the 19th century until our days are some of the exhibits can be seen the visitor.
The exhibition at the Folk Art Museum "Kostis Palamas," the square of the castle of Kyparissia.
The exhibition will take place Saturday, July 23 at 21:00 at night, in the presence of the mayor and deputy mayors Kyparissia, the mayor Messologi, program chair, Jimmy Imirziadi, chairman and founder of the resort, N. Kordosi.
A small shop with salts from around the world and objects of salt will work alongside the report on strengthening the work of the Program.
The exhibition is open every day from July 24 until August 9 from 11:00 am until 13:00 noon and 19:00 to 23:00, with free admission.