The glamor of old Naxos, the tradition and the habits of the people who lived in the Castle “come alive” in the Venetian Museum.
The entrance of the Venetian Museum is at the Castle of Naxos, at Trani Porta, at the northwest gate of the Castle.
What you will see there:
The Della Rocca Barozzi Tower, housed in the Venetian Museum, is built in 1207. The Karavia family, which owns it, revives the lives of the people who lived in the towers and the houses of the Castle.
The venetian scent envelops all the corners and rooms of the Tower. Here, the lives of the families who have lived in its places all these centuries are presented here.
Objects and furniture will take you to the history of the tower from 1207 until the newer years.
The Venetian Museum of Naxos throughout the summer hosts important cultural events in its magnificent courtyard, as well as exhibitions in the interior and the cellar of the Tower.
The Venetian Museum is open daily from April until October, from 10:00 to 15:00 and from 19:00 until 22:00.
For more information, please call 22850 22387 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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