Archaeological Museum of Chania, Crete
Chania Museums - The Archaeological Museum of Chania, Crete, is a world-renowned institution that opened its doors in 1963. It boasts a vast collection showcasing the cultural history of Chania from the Neolithic period to Roman times. The exhibition is divided into two main sections. The eastern sector features archaeological finds from the Late Neolithic and Bronze Age, while the western sector houses ancient samples from the Iron Age. The museum's diverse collections include Minoan artifacts from the Chania region, prehistoric cave finds, Minoan objects from different parts of Crete, archaeological items from tombs and graves, coins, jewelry (from the Minoan and Venetian periods), sculptures, parchment letters, columns, and mosaics. The Archaeological Museum of Chania, Crete, is dedicated to promoting the cultural history of the area through periodic exhibitions, educational programs, and other cultural events.
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