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The history of Paros recorded strongly in many important monuments on the island. We mention the main ones and some of the innumerable beaches of the island. Ekatontapyliani (Katopyliani) The church dedicated to Virgin Mary is one of the most important monuments of the early Christian ages you can find in Greece. It's located in the NE part of the capital of Paros, Paroikia close to the port. In the church yard there is also the Byzantine Museum. The greatest religious day for Paros is the 15th of August, a day dedicated to Assumption, when a great folk festival takes place. The Archaeological Museum In The Archaeological Museum in Paroikia are exhibited, among others, the marble statue of the "fat lady" expressing the fertility, the statue of Victory (5th century B.C.), the statue of the mythological monster Gorgo, (6th century B.C.) and the statue of Goddess Venous from Delion. The Folklore Museum In the Folklore Museum in Naousa there is a big collection of traditional wearing from different parts of Greece. BeachesCrystal clear waters and pristine beaches make up the backdrop of all the beaches of Paros. Beaches quiet, busy, isolated, suitable for lovers of water sports. Paros has all the. Of major Kolimbithres, Parasporos, Punta, Santa Maria Monastery, Golden Beach, Logaras, Pounta Beach ... and the long list goes on. Good dives.