Archaeological Museum Of GrottaNaxos and Lesser Cyclades 843 00, Greece
Το 1982 in space in front of the Church of Metropolis of Paronaxia began redevelopment projects. From the city that flourished at the end of the second millennium BC discovered, a large section of the wall coming down the hill from the castle to the sea. The family burial enclosures excavated are references to the traditional focus of the family. Today it is known from further research in the area that such burial kitchen gardens were in the early first millennium around the waterfront of the Mycenaean city of Grotta. The ruins of the Mycenaean wall and the tomb remained until the 2nd century. A.D. from then lose their significance and
masked with houses.