Visit the Archeological Museum of Kastro

SIFNOS

Date01.01.2015 to 31.12.2015

DaysTUE,WED,THU,FRI,SAT,SUN

Telephone2284031022

Emaildikes@sifnos.gr

Websitesifnos.gr

It has been constructed by the Archaeological Service in the 70s, in a site donated by the Siphnian professor G. Maridakis and it is housed in a two-storey building. It has been restored by the Ministry of Culture in the beginning of the 80s and it has been open since 1980. Its collections include finds from various areas of the island such as: Sculptures (tomb items, statues, architectural parts etc.) dating from the archaic to the roman period (6th century B.C. – 1st century B.C), ceramics from Kastro from the geometric age to the Hellenistic period (8th century B.C. – 2nd century B.C.) and coins. Among its most famous exhibited articles are: the crown of a marble stele, decorated with anthemia (4th century B.C.), the head of a marble statue of a woman (4th century B.C.) the head of a marble kouros (middle of the 6th century B.C.), the marble Ionic capital (6th century B.C.), the marble stele (Hellenistic period). (Source: www.sifnos.gr)

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