• Ancient Ceramics
    It has been revealed a large pottery workshop of the 3rd century BC with two tanks, auxiliary rooms, two large furnaces and four smaller, the manufacture of which were used archaic jars with inlaid decoration...
  • Archaeological Museum
    The Archaeological Museum of Paros is located in Paroikia. Here you can admire the marble idol of 'fat lady', a symbol of fertility, objects from burial offerings and various kinds of vessels...
  • Byzantine Museum of Paros
    The Byzantine Museum of Paros exhibits a portion of the relics of Ekatontapyliani church...
  • Naoussa Venetian Castle
    The port of Naoussa is protected by a separate fortification, the Venetian Castle...
  • Naoussa Folklore Museum
    The folklore museum of Naoussa hosts an interesting collection of traditional costumes from different parts of Greece. Here, are presented with love and respect, male and female costumes from various regions of Hellenism...
  • N. Perantinos Sculpture Museum
    In 1964, returning from his studies in Paris , Nick Perantinos founded a marble workshop at Agia Anna in Paroikia. In 1974 he began teaching the art of marble sculpture to foreign friends from Paris...
  • Museum of Cycladic Folklore
    The Museum of Cycladic Folklore is located at Aliki, just a few meters from the airport of Paros. The garden of the museum is consisted of olive trees, agaves, amaranth and honeysuckle. The museum exhibits unique miniatures of the Cycladic tradition, made by Benetos Skiadas...
  • Early Christian Church (Basilica)
    On the ruins of ancient temples located northeast of Paroikia was built around 525-550 AD an Early Christian church (basilica)...
  • Ekatontapyliani Church
    In the northeast part of the town of Paros, in a short distance from the harbor, stands Ekatontapyliani church, an early Christian monument that was probably built in the 4th century AD...
  • Byzantine Museum of Naoussa
    The Byzantine Museum of Naoussa is housed at the monastery of Agios Athanassios. The collection of the museum includes many Byzantine and post-Byzantine icons, which exceed one hundred in number and most of them are works of local painters...

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