Agios Nikolaos Museum
The museum contains archaeological finds in chronological order beginning with the Neolithic era, Minoan remains, and ending with Greco-Roman finds.
It consists of eight large rooms and amongst its most famous exhibits is the Goddess of Mirtos, a libation vessel in the form of a female figure discovered at a Bronze Age settlement at Fournos, near Mirtos.
The museum also contains important items of the Daedalic Period which dates back to the 7th century BC, notably the head of a clay statue of a woman found near Sitia.
Address and Contact details:
74 Konstantinou Palaiologou Str., T.K. 72100,
Agios Nikolaos (Prefecture of Lasithi)
Tel.: +30 28410 24943
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