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Tylissos Archaeological Site
The houses of Tylissos were built during the LM I period (16th-15th century B.C.). Additions were made on House A in the LM II (15th-14th century B.C.) and on House C during the LM III period (14th century B.C.). The site was destroyed by fire in the 14th century B.C. and re - inhabited in historic times as is attested by ruins of later houses over the Minoan ones. Tylissos was excavated by Joseph Chatzidakis in 1902-1913. In 1954, in the course of restorations, parts of a paved court were revealed to the west, and a small stoa with five columns to the north of the Square of the Altar.
The monuments were restored by the Archaeological Service (under the direction of Nicolaos Platon) in the period between 1954 and 1962. All three houses were again restored in 1990-1994.
Source: The Hellenic Ministry of Culture

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Antonis Rooms Amoudara, Iraklion
at 6km(NE) from Tylissos Archaeological Site
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Gorgona Hotel Ammoudara Beach, Iraklion
at 6.1km(NE) from Tylissos Archaeological Site
Gorgona Hotel

Aptera Beach Hotel Amoudara, Iraklion
at 6.3km(NE) from Tylissos Archaeological Site
Aptera Beach Hotel

Creta Beach Hotel Andrea Papandreou 74, 71414 Amoudara, Iraklion
at 6.7km(NE) from Tylissos Archaeological Site
Creta Beach Hotel

Australia Hotel Ammoudara Beach, Iraklion
at 6.9km(NE) from Tylissos Archaeological Site
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