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The Kavala Museum opened in 1934, and has occupied its present premises since 1964. It is the most important archaeological museum in Eastern Macedonia, with prehistoric finds from all over the area of Kavala, and from the excavations at Neapolis (old Kavala), Amphipolis, and other parts of Eastern Macedonia.Among the finds that it accomodates are objects made of stone and clay from the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age.There is also a special room with the findings of Neapolis, such as remnants of the temple of Athena Parthenos (Athina the Virgin), archaic and classical black-figure vases and figurines.