Evia has many beautiful places and interesting attractions where visitors worth to visit . One of these is the Nautilus Museum located on Evia . The museum is open daily all year round and a visit will impress and broaden your knowledge , welcoming you to the secrets and magic of the sea bottom . Within 40 years we have managed to collect various finds from around the world , such as shells , stones , corals and fossils are now impressive exhibits Nautilus .
The Nautilus Museum was created to help us understand and discover the secrets of the sea bed and the living organisms .
So after you enter the museum , you have the opportunity to enjoy a ten-minute show about the creation of the universe until the first life forms on the planet . This presentation informs us that these living organisms , inspired people to create cultures and express themselves through art , architecture, textile dyeing , sculpture and art music .
So after viewing the information , we come to the main hall is illuminated with special lighting to give a sense of the deep, to enjoy the 3000 exhibits from around the world .
Arranged in 28 storefronts, with an interesting tour made by the gentle guides our exhibits inform us , that these creatures , humans are so inspired ideas and made his life more functional and modern .
Here then be surprised when someone learned how much data exploited by the scientists studying the peculiarities of soft & made them practice in architecture , medicine, shipbuilding , communications , engineering , textiles etc.
Many shells and mollusks used since antiquity to dye fabrics , while many species used for decorating people and places .
Also many items inspired ancient and modern science and technology in medicine, through construction , color and composition. The shell «bradaris» family murex hands of Hippocrates became the first medical tool ( dropper ) .
The same shell with the pigment gland gave us purple . So we could say that it contributed in clothing kings and emperors ( Greeks, Romans , Egyptians ) with the purple mantle .
The ' nautilus ' shell traveling ydrotourmpinas system and not only is the only shell that rises and descends filling their cabins with nitrogen when the gas gets out of the water and sometimes with water to act as ... underwater .
The watertight chambers providing adjustable buoyancy , Nautilus uses a funnel for jet propulsion of water has in it the direction you wish to move. Nautilus can emerge from 900 feet below sea level at the surface without the problems arising from the difference in pressure .
It is no coincidence that the imaginary submarine "Nautilus" used by Jules Verne in his book " 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea ."
The shells ' Tuna 'and' isokadio »(clossus humanus) inspired architects to karavoloeides shape and decorated in the 5th century Ionic capitals creating the pace that was more ornate than the Doric . So the Ionic identified with the female gender in contrast to the Doric symbolizing the strict line of the male gender . All you want is greece