Archaeological museum of Milos
The Archaeological Museum of Milos is situated in Plaka and it is housed in a beautiful, neoclassic building by Ernst Ziller. At the museum the following wonderful collections are exhibited: A prehistoric collection from Fylakopi A collection of sculptures and bas-reliefs An obsidian collection A…
Un petit musée plein de charme qui se visite en une heure et qui montre les restes de la civilisation Cycladique la plus ancienne (Filakopi I, II, III, IV), 5000 ans Av JC. On y voit une reproduction de la vénus de Milo, dont l'original se trouve au Louvre et qui fait la fierté des habitants.
“The Milos Mining Museum (MMM) is located in Adamas, the island’s main port. The Museum’s aim is to promote the rich geological and mining history of Milos and to pay homage to all those who have worked hard in order to develop the island’s mineral wealth that contributed greatly to its financial and cultural affluence during its long and uninterrupted history.”
“Α hidden little tavern, with a comfortable yard outside of the archaeological museum of Milos. Enjoy delicious dishes, and live music in the afternoon.”
“A bomb shelter at the foothills Plaka which became a War Museum. It includes objects from the wars of old times, especially the World War II, and a photo exhibition of the Military History of Milos. It was built by the Germans in 1943 (when the bombing of allies began) with Melian labour and was an Emergency Hospital. The museum consists of a vestibule and two elongated rooms. In addition to the south side later built additional hangar, which houses a number of items.”
Plaka, 848 00