CITY OF KOS
Kos one sees remnants of civilizations that passed through here. The clearest example is the architecture of many buildings, built in imitation of rhythms, and even more specifically, the Provincial of Kos.
The Asclepieia were sacred to Asclepius where apart from the worship of healer God, medicine were applied by priests, Asclepiades. The reputation of Asklepios in Kos was great and for centuries attracted patients from throughout the ancient world.
Here are grouped the findings came to light during excavations conducted on the island since the beginning of the century.
Built in the 14th century by the Knights of the Order of the Knights on the foundations of the ancient city walls.
MOSAIC "THE RAPTURE OF EUROPE"
Mosaic floor of the 3rd AD century, depicting the rape of Europe.
BASILICAS OF SAINT STEFANOS
The two early Christian basilicas in Agios Stefanos beach houses are the fifth or sixth century, with some later data and supplements.
Medieval Castle (14th century) of the Order of Knights.
Built in the 1st-2nd century. AD and was intended to hold musical events, and also served as the seat of the Senate, the public body of Kos, which had no political power, but cared for the honors to distinguished citizens of the island.
The Casa Romana, as is widely known, dates from the Hellenistic period, while life with various repairs and refurbishing lasted at least until the third century. AD
PICTURESQUE VILLAGE ZIA
The picturesque village of Zias is the slope of Law.