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CRETE WORTH SEEING ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF CHANIA

ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF CHANIA
The museum is housed in the katholikon of the Venetian monastery of St. Francis. During the period of the Turkish occupation it was the Muslim mosque of Yussuf Pasha, while in modern times it was used as a cinema or a storehouse for military equipment. Since 1963 it has been functioning as the Archaeological Museum of the city. Apart from the permanent exhibition, the museum houses temporary exhibitions in the frame of certain local events (such as the exhibition of musical instruments or on the birth of writing), as well as music concerts.
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ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF CHANIA
COLLECTIONS
CLAY TABLET
SMALL CLAY TABLETS
CLAY BATHTUB
CLAY PYXIS
COLD DISKS FROM A FEMALE PITHOS BURIAL
HEAD OF A CLAY FIGURINE
CLAY FIGURINE OF A MOURNER
MOSAIC FLOOR WITH DIONYSOS AND ARIADNE
BUST OF THE ROMAN EMPEROR HADRIAN