Hermes of Andros and the map of Rigas Feraios.
It was founded in 1981 by a donation of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation, with by the design of Stamos Papadakis. It has findings from excavations in Andros. In the beautifully landscaped rooms with photographs and statues, the visitor can take a tour in the history of the island from the Neolithic era to the Byzantine era. There is a great collection of the geometric settlement of Zagora, as well as a very well kept copy of the map of Rigas Feraios. One of the most important and impressive exhibits of the Museum is the Hermes of Andros, a Hellenistic copy of the Hermes of Praxiteles which was found in 1833 in Paleopolis, the head of Kouros and the torso of Artemis, a Roman copy of the 2nd century BC., inscriptions and sculptures of the pre-Byzantine and Byzantine era.

Opening Hours

Monday

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Tuesday

8:30 - 15:00

Wednesday

8:30 - 15:00

Thursday

8:30 - 15:00

Friday

8:30 - 15:00

Saturday

8:30 - 15:00

Sunday

8:30 - 15:00

Address

Our Address:

Chora, Andros

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