Archaeological Museum of Andros

Archaeological Museum of Andros
Address: Τ.Κ. 84500, Andros
Fax: +30 22820 23664

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It was founded in 1981 by a donation of the Vasilis & Elise Goulandris Foundation with plans by Stamos Papadakis. It houses findings from excavations in Andros. In the beautifully landscaped halls with the help of photographers and models, the visitor can tour the island’s history from the Neolithic to the Byzantine times.

Here is the great collection of the geometric settlement of Zagora, as well as a very well-kept copy of Rigas Feraios’s map. Among the most significant and impressive exhibits of the Museum are Hermes of Andros, a Hellenistic copy of the name of Praxiteles which was found in 1833 in Paleopolis, the head of the Kouros, the trunk of Artemis, a Roman copy of the 2nd century. BC, inscriptions sculptures of the pre-Byzantine and Byzantine era.

Winter: (1 November until 31 March 2016) Friday, Sunday 09:00-16:00. Summer: (1 April until 31 October 2016) Friday, Sunday 09:00-16:00.

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