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While down at the waterfront, at the post office or at the grocery store, which are near by, you can look at what in Athens would be a interesting exhibit is instead a small building and weedy lot on the waterfront.
Go, look, review, but...More
The cemetery is visible from the port Road, north of the harbour. Some of the finds are in a glazed building that you can look at through the windows. Fortunately you can't walk round the sight, so they haven't had to move graves to make...More
We quickly saw the ancient cemetery in the town of parikia. It is located across the street from the port.
It is worth a view. We didn't feel the need to go inside. It is in town and not out of the way.
The ancient cemetery of Paros shows ancient tombs, bones and marble gravestones. There are posters with descriptions and the history of the cemetery! The Municipality of Paros should keep this site clean and tidy all year round!
This site was excavated in 1983 and has a small building housing some artifacts including bones. However it has obviously suffered from lack of funding and has not been kept up. Unlike the pictures on the signage, it has been partially overgrown and nature is...More
It's not you're grand archeological site, but it's an interesting piece of ancient history, of respect shown for battles fought, and a memorial of the past. Very easy to access and you can spend 10 minutes on your way to dinner or a walk through...More
This is a rather low key archaeological site. There really isn't a lot to see and it is difficult to imagine what it must have once looked like. However, it amazing to think of the age of the cemetery and impressive that it has been...More
I wouldn't suggest going out of your way to view this site but it is located right off the main street in Parikia directly across the street from the smaller marina (not the ferry port) and is worth a glance at the very least. Tombs...More