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Archaeological Museum of Mykonos

The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos was built in 1902, in order to house the finds from the "Purification Pit" of 426/5 B.C., which was discovered in 1898 on the islet of Rheneia, by D. Stavropoulos.
It was designed by Alexandros Lykakis and paid for by the Ministry of Education and the Archaeological Society of Athens, while the land was donated by the Municipality of Mykonos. The original Neoclassical building assumed its present, "insular" form in 1934, and the large, eastern room, was added in 1972.
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Aegean Maritime Museum

The Aegean Maritime Museum is a non-profit institution. It was founded in 1983 and in 1985 it opened its doors to the public, on the island of Mykonos. The goal of the museum is the preservation, promotion and study of the Greek maritime history and tradition, and in particular the evolution and activities of the merchant ship, chiefly in the historic region of the Aegean Sea. The founder and chairman of the Museum's board of Trustees, the Myconian George M. Drakopoulos has been honoured for the foundation of the Museum with the Athens Academy Award and with the World Ship Trust's Award for Individual Achievement.

The Aegean Maritime Museum is housed in a traditional Mykonian building of the 19th century located at the centre of the Town of Mykonos, in the area known as Tria Pigadia. The building was the home of the legendary Master of the merchant ship "Enosis", Nikolaos Sourmelis, who assisted the Cretans during their war of independence from the Ottoman Empire. Read more
Panagia Tourliani
Situated in Ano Mera, this monastery built in the 17th Centery has a splendid church with an impressive wooden iconostasis which is well preserved. It was carved in Florence in 1775. The church has a number of remarkable examples of folk art.
The church is regarded as the protectress of Mykonos and it celebrates on August 15th with a festival. The bell tower is quite an artistic achievement with stone carved ornamentation on it. Two museums are situated inside the monastery, the Ecclesiastical Museum, which houses the beautiful Epitaph of Agia Eleni of Mykonos tow, and the Agricultural Museum which has a fine collection of farming tools. Visits to the monastery must be made by prior arrangement. Tel.22890-71249
Lena's House
A gift by G. and I. Drakopoulos, Lena's House si situated at Tria Pigadia in the town of Mykonos. It is an authentic middle class Mykonian residence of the 19th century, and represents a typical internal arrangement of space. It contains a spacious drawing room, two bedrooms and two courtyards with an axample of a dovecote. Of particular interest are the rich antique furnishings, such as large frames containing some splendid prints, tapestries, wood carvings, old mirrors, painted plates etc.
Lena's House is open daily from April to October. Tel.22890-22591
Agricultural Museum
A branchof the Folklore Museum, the Agricultural Museum is situated at Ano Myli in the town of Mykonos. Here you will find installations for the processing of agricultural products on the island before the industrialization.
A collection of old agricultural tools and machinery are worth seeing in the museum. The large Bonis windmill, one of the finest in Greece, dates from the 16th century and has been renovated. It operates just as it did when first built.
The museum is open from June to September. Te. 22890-22591



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