Archaeological Museum in Leros
The Archaeological Museum of Leros, Greece: The Archaeological Museum of Leros is located next to the primary school of Agia Marina. It is housed in a Neoclassical building of 1882 and hosts a small but interesting collection. The exhibits were excavated in Leros or in close small islands of the Aegean that remain uninhabited or sparsely-inhabited today, such as Arki and Marathi. The collection of the museum includes coins of various historical periods, resolutions of the ancient city-states of Leros, tomb columns, ancient inscriptions and relief of the Classical times depicting an old man with a walking stick.