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It is a relatively new museum, which opened in 1970 to host the archaeological findings from the eastern part of Crete dated from the Neolithic period to the Greek-Roman times. The exhibition includes more than 1500 vessels, many bronze and gold objects, which are considered to be among the oldest in Crete, as well as remnants from the Minoan...
A well-organized array, which is constantly enriched, is the one hosted in the Archaeological Museum of Sitia. It includes exhibits from the surrounding area and Zakros, covering a period of 4000 years. The plates on the well-arranged displays in the museum provide information written in five languages. One of the most significant exhibits in...
Housed in an 1899 building, the so called Ottoman School, the archaeological array in Ierapetra was founded in 1986 and includes findings from the city and the surrounding areas, dated back from the Minoan to the Roman period. Several exhibits have been stolen or destroyed during the Occupation. Visiting hours: Daily 8:30-15:00, except for Monday.
The museum is located in a beautiful stone building; the exhibition displays personal objects, stamps, souvenirs, photographs, books and manuscripts related to the great Cretan politician, Eleftherios Venizelos. Visiting hours: Daily 10:00-16:00.