The Collection of Relics from the Parish of Dormition of Lindos includes exquisite artifacts which came to the possession of the Parish mainly as purchases and offerings made towards the equipment of the parish church and other churches of the village, and they have ritualistic use almost in their entirety. Most of the artifacts are of excellent quality and great artistic value, although the collection also includes folk art artifacts.

The collection in brief includes: manuscripts, incunabula (early printed books), a rare printed scroll, portable icons and detached murals, wooden and wood-carved ecclesiastical items, silver vessels and silver-bound Gospels, processional crosses and flabbela, holy vestments, buckles and liturgical objects made of fabric, coins and jewelry.

Get to know the exhibited artifacts better and the stories behind them through the use of QR Codes. As soon as you scan the special code tag located near an artifact of interest, the information is displayed on your personal device (mobile/tablet).

You can also browse through a full catalogue of exhibited artifacts, as well as see non-exhibited artifacts and gain information about them through all the touchscreens of the museum in the "Revelation" section.