Buying a 5 Euro per person ticket to enter this museum with a huge indoor space display shows archaeological excavations of the ruins of an ancient city. This is a real rubble. Looking at the exhibition boards, we know that it was a town buried in the 17th century B.C. by a volcanic eruption. Unexpectedly, this huge city under the vault is a living relic of human beings 3,700 years ago. From the scene, we can see that people at that time had mastered the well-designed drainage system and complex multi-storey building construction technology. Ancient Greek civilization tells us here that it used to be brilliant. From the pictures and texts on the wall of the museum, we also know that the archaeological sites we see today were discovered and excavated in 1969, and the museum was restored in 2012 and opened to the outside world. We looked all the way along the tour corridor. Although there were many icons for explanation, because of the language barrier, we could only see the macro scene, and many things did not know its background. There are a lot of visitors here. Basically, it can be said that there is an endless stream of visitors. We really envy the sound and colorful explanations of the team's commentators.
The aqua ronaldo (Akrotiri) situated in the southwest of the island of santorini is the beauty of the scenery to enjoy a crater village. The aqua ronaldo is one of the most important archaeological point of Greece, in here has a Minoan town was completely buried under volcanic ash, the town was built under the ruins to locals. A lot of valuable cultural relics unearthed from the ruins to the archaeological museum in Athens. The archaeological site is santorini very worth a visit scenic spots.
It is said that this is a relic of ancient Greek civilization, because the time is relatively short, we did not come here.
Greece has always been a mysterious country. Many myths and stories originate from the historical sites left over from the civilized period here.
Acrotili is a relic left over from the Crete civilization of ancient Greece. The most wonderful part of a ruins site is the murals on the wall.
More memorable, must come, worth a visit, to increase awareness of the revolutionary pioneers, very eye-catching.