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Limnos Sights
Lemnos Sights

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  • Archaeological Museum of Lemnos, tel.: 22540 22990
    The findings, preserved in this museum, are exceptional and remarkable, all from the excavations that took place in Poliochni, Hephaestia, Imvros and Cabeiro. The copy of the Stele of Kaminia is eminent and bears a representation of a warrior and Tyrrhenian inscription.
    Here, you will see a double-handled crater of the 8th & 7th B.C. century, earthenware statuettes of Sirens, a double small double-handled crater, the earthenware statuette of Cybele, etc.
     
  • Ecclesiastical Museum of Myrina (in the area of Bishop’s Palace)
    A museum with ecclesiastical utensils, vestments and exceptional icons.
     
  • Episcopate – Byzantine Museum
  • Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (with two impressive church towers)
  • Ecclesiastical Museum (in Romeikos Seashore), tel.: 22540 22474. Exceptional exhibits and elegant presentation.
  • “Karatzadios” library (on the central road of the market)
  • Archaeological site of Artemis’s Sanctuary (inside the hotel unit of Porto PALACE, in Avlonas). Various building phases, which date back to archaic till Hellenistic era.

 

  • Lemnos Museum

    Museums

    Archaeological Museum of Lemnos. The findings, preserved in this museum, are exceptional and remarkable, all from the excavations that took place in Poliochni, Hephaestia, Imvros and Cabeiro.
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  • Temples of Lemnos

    Churches

    The magnificent stone churches, works of great masters and petropelekanon of Lemnos in the 19th and early 20th century adorn literally every village.
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  • Petrified forest

    Petrified Forest of Lemnos. Many people may completely ignore the fact that Lemnos hosts in its bowels a Petrified Forest. Before 23 – 18,000,000 years, its surface was covered by dense forests of palms, pine-trees and huge coast redwoods, which were buried under the lava. Their greatest part is situated in Moudros and in the wider area of eastern Lemnos, while important vegetable fossils were found in the...
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