Ceramics, one of the early professions in human civilisation, are deeply rooted in the history of the Aegina. Pottery found on the archaeological site of Kolona dating back to the Neolithic Age provides valuable evidence about the communities of the period. More recently, the clay Aeginetan pitchers, which are as well known as the local monuments or famous pistachios, bear testimony to the island’s association with earthenware.

You can participate in Aegina town, in one of the lessons and create a brilliant ceramic piece of art in the shape and colors you choose. Perfect activity for young children too! Take part with your kids and spend some quality time with them!

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