Archaeological Museum of Parikia
The Archaeological Museum of Paroikia was built in the 50s, next to the High School of Paroikia and behind the Church of a Hundred Doors. It is one of the most important museums in Greece due to the wealth of its exhibits that were found in excavations in Paros and Antiparos and consists of two enclosed wings, a small hall and a patio, which is also used as an exhibition space. It includes findings from the Neolithic period (5th-4th millennium) to the Early Christian period. Among them are the Victory of Paros, Cycladic figurines, mosaics, the archaic marble Gorgon, marble containers with ash, the ground-breaking poet Archilochos, vases from clay and glass, tombstones and reliefs, Roman marble lions and other important pieces.