The Information Center for the History and Maritime Tradition of Moudros was created in the building of the old school of Moudros, which was built at the end of the 19th century and was used as a primary school and as a justice of the peace. It was built with stones and carved cornerstones and preserves architectural elements of neoclassicism. The mission of the Information Center for the History and Maritime Tradition of Moudros is to highlight the strategic importance of the region both during the Balkan Wars and the liberation of the North Aegean islands, and during the First World War, when it served as the base of the Entente for the Gallipoli campaign.
The Information Center of the History and Maritime Tradition of Moudros aims, with the use of a wide selection of material, the objects it exhibits, the audiovisual projections, and its interactive applications, to inform the visitors about the two important historical periods of the Balkan Wars and the Gallipoli campaign, where Moudros played an important role. Visitors have access to documents of the time directly linked to the place and its history while gaining a complete picture of its importance to the ANZAC expeditionary force. Thus, the Center is a connecting link, both between the other respective infrastructures of Lemnos and also with the veterans of ANZAC and their descendants who visit Moudros every year.
You can find more information on the website: https://moudros.gr/en/