The museum is located at the southeast corner of the White Orthodox Cathedral, built on the site of the Ypapanti church that was destroyed by the 1956 earthquake. The museum houses many prehistoric artifacts on the island, the most famous of which are the fisherman murals and golden goat statues found on the island. Tickets: 8 euros.
Three nights in Santorini, two nights watching the sunset in front of the Fira Prehistoric Museum, I really recommend it. At sunset, looking at the Aegean Sea, the watcher without feet appears lonely and sad. Many people watch the sunset here, and there are actually people standing next to me. Everyone is looking forward to the sunset. It’s really beautiful here, there’s no need to squeeze OIA,
It's so beautiful, any language is pale.
The Fira Prehistoric Museum is in the center of Fira town. It is also the heart of Santorini's transportation hub, where you can take various buses. The Fira Prehistoric Museum exhibits ancient artifacts excavated in Santorini, which is a good place to learn about the history of the holy island. The most famous in the museum collection are the fisherman murals and golden goat statues found on the island. And behind the museum is the Ferra White Church~
Free entry by EU student ID. There is only one floor, but the organization is exquisite and it is worth visiting. There are English explanations, so there is no problem of unintelligibility. The most worth seeing are the murals and the golden goat statue.
Geraldine ferraro prehistoric museum near the bus stop, the collection here are excavated from gram rorty, the most famous is the 17th century golden goat statue.
[Scenery] Perhaps ancient humans originated all over the world
The price/performance ratio here is not bad, not many people visit