Paros Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Paros was founded in 1960, in a room built next to the High School of Parikia. It is one of the most important museums in Greece because of its exhibits, which were found in excavations on Paros and Antiparos. Some of the most important exhibits of the museum are:
A marble statue of Gorgon (mid-6th cent. BC), a marble statue of Nike (470 BC.), the “Naked lady of Saliagos” – the oldest Cycladic figurine found so far, part of the original stone inscription of the “Parian Chronicle” 264 BC., and more.

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