The Cyclades

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  • 1. Delos Archaeological Site

    Museum/Gallery

    This tiny 3-mile-long island was once considered the most sacred place in the known world and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fabled as...Read More

  • 2. Museum of Marble Crafts

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    At the highest point on Pirgos hill, the Museum of Marble Crafts is a strikingly modern building where exhibits show the process of quarrying...Read More

  • 3. Aegean Maritime Museum

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    The charming Aegean Maritime Museum contains a collection of model ships, navigational instruments, old maps, prints, coins, and nautical memorabilia...Read More

  • 4. Archaeological Museum

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    Syros's Archaeological Museum is located on the left side of the town hall. The small space features artifacts from the island’s rich history...Read More

  • 5. Archaeological Museum

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    A very small Archaeological Museum, established by a local mathematician, Michael Bardanis, displays Cycladic finds, including statues and earthen...Read More

  • 6. Archaeological Museum

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    This dusty collection of bits and pieces from island's millennia of history includes pottery, statues, and grave artifacts found mostly at...Read More

  • 7. Archaeological Museum of Delos

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    This museum is on the road south of the Gymnasium. It contains most of the antiquities found during excavations on the island: monumental statues...Read More

  • 8. Archaeological Museum of Milos

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    An elegant Ernst Ziller–designed neoclassical building contains one of the better island collections. Glass cases house findings from Klima...Read More

  • 9. Archaeological Museum of Mykonos

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    Before setting out on the mandatory boat excursion to the isle of Delos, check out the Archaeological Museum, which affords insight into the...Read More

  • 10. Archaeological Museum of Paros

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    The Archaeological Museum contains a large chunk of the famed Parian chronicle, which recorded cultural events in Greece from about 1500 BC...Read More

  • 11. Archaeological Museum of Tinos

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    On the main street, near the church, is the small Archaeological Museum; its collection includes a sundial by Andronicus of Cyrrhus, who in...Read More

  • 12. Catacombs

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    Just a short walk from Trypiti, the early Christian catacombs consist of 126 vaulted graves carved into the soft volcanic rock, linked by a...Read More

  • 13. Costas Tsoclis Museum

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    Little Kambos (population 222) is the unlikely setting for a contemporary art gallery. A giant steel dragon snakes its body around the former...Read More

  • 14. Cultural Foundation of Tinos

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    Founded in 2002, the Cultural Foundation of Tinos, housed in a large and splendid neoclassical building at the south end of the quay, remains...Read More

  • 15. Domus Venetian Museum

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    Located in the 800-year-old Dellarocca-Barozzi house, the Domus Venetian Museum lets you into one of the historic Venetian residences. The house...Read More

  • 16. Ecological and Folklore Museum

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    Exhibits reconstruct traditional farming life with remains of an olive and wine press. There are panoramic views of the island and the surrounding...Read More

  • 17. Folk Museum

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    Housed in an 18th-century house originally built for Captain Nikolaos Malouchos, this museum exhibits a bedroom furnished and decorated in the...Read More

  • 18. Folklore Art Museum of Cycladic Civilization

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    The Folklore Museum is set in a garden full of large models of traditional windmills, dovecotes, churches, and other such famous Cycladian monuments...Read More

  • 19. Folklore Museum

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    Naousa's small Folklore Museum, about 500 feet from the main town square, is in a traditional house donated by Kanstantinos and Marouso Roussos...Read More

  • 20. Industrial Museum

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    Suitably housed in refurbished factories that helped establish the island's wealth and industrial supremacy in the 19th century, the Industrial...Read More

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