In this dissertation a proposal for a “Diachronic Museum in the city of Grevena” is presented.
The reason behind this particular issue was my special relationship with the city, as well as the great interest in the findings that have been discovered in the country but unfortunately have not been exploited yet.
The purpose of this work is to create a public building to include all these unknown findings of the city. The unsuccessful attempts of the archaeologists to house these findings in an area that could be a landmark for the city, are unknown. It is imperative to build a museum which will be a pole of attraction for history lovers. Visitors will have the opportunity to travel in time and also to be informed about the events that took place in Grevena from paleontology time to the recent past.
The aim of the museum is not only to renegotiate the relationship of the residents with the past and its remnants, but also to raise awareness of their protection through the establishment of a dynamic relationship with the terms of archeology, heritage, material culture and cultural management. This relationship will be based on the permanent infrastructure of the museum and will be further enhanced by its periodic actions.