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An impressive kouros statue, left on site because it was broken, maybe dyring its transport to its final destination. Serene and green location. Bit tough to find. Google maps did not help, had to ask locals. Further up the mountain another kouros statue, good exercise...More
I saw this as part of an island tour (the interior is incredible). This will take 30 minutes stay but it is very much worth the visit. The statue was made between 2500-3000 years ago. The area is lovely as well.
We had some difficulty finding this Kouros (compared to the other one) but after lunch in the nearby village we eventually found its location. We parked at the side of the road and walked up the steps/steep path to find the statue. It's part of...More
One of the biggest statues in Greece, which goes back to the 6th century BC, rests unfinished in the ancient quarry. The broken leg was either the result of an accident during the construction, or of a deliberate rebellious action of the workers against the...More
This statue is pretty cool. It has a lot of history behind it. However, it is very difficult to access if you don't go with a tour guide. The signs are all worn out and some aren't translated in English.
You walk in the garden and oh! there's a kouros! Amazing feel in under the pergola too, with a cold drink next to the fish tank. You also walk a bit further up and there's another kouros! Like a treasure hunt for gigantic kouroi!
The statue is far off the beaten path, although the drive there was very scenic. The statue never made it to its intended destination, probably because the lower part broke. It lies at or near where it was found in a field. The path on...More
We managed to get to see the Kouros Statue by travelling from Naxos town on a normal service bus of 1.80 euros each. We got off the bus at Myloi and walked along the road a little until we reached a sign about the Roman...More
There are two sites on island of Naxos where there are giant ancient marble sculptures of a Young man, or Kouros, can be seen. This location called Melanes and lies in the middle of the island, near the village of Flerio, and here can be...More