The long, illustrious history of the island, which has been continually inhabited since the early Helladic period (appx. 2,300 BC), has provided vivid traces of the peoples and civilizations from East and West that came through Kos. Buildings, their architectural styles, reasons for construction and uses are usually what remain to indicate and shed light on historical periods.
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A castle-fortress enclosing an entire settlement, Antimachia Castle “controlled” passage between the islands of Kos and Nisyros, one of the period’s most frequented trade route channels […]
A house that is a veritable recreation of a traditional early 20th century dwelling yet built in 1980, the Traditional House of Antimachia takes visitors back to a time when people’s lives […]