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A very small Archaeological Museum, established by a local mathematician, Michael Bardanis, displays Cycladic finds from the east coast. The most important of the artifacts are unique gray marble plaques from the 3rd millennium BC with roughly hammered scenes of daily life: hunters and farmers and sailors going about their business. If it's closed, ask in the square for the guard.
- Address: Off main square, Apeiranthos, Naxos 84300
- Cost: Free
- Hours: Daily 8:30–3
- Location: Apeiranthos
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