The Archaeological Museum of Delphi is one of the most important museums in Greece. It presents the history of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi and of the most famous oracle in the ancient Greek world. In the fourteen rooms of the museum, architectural elements are displayed as well as statues and minor works of art which were devoted to the Oracle of Delphi by visitors. There is also a laboratory for the conservation of ceramic and metallic objects, as well as a laboratory for the restoration of mosaics. The exhibits were enriched and rearranged, and the museum was renovated and reopened to visitors in 2004. The statue of Iniohos, which attracts the interest of thousands of visitors, holds the most important position in the museum. More exhibits which should not be missed are: the Sphinx of Naxos, the parts of the frieze of the Siphnian treasury, the fragments of the metope illustrating the labors of Hercules and the Athenean Treasury, the Omphalos of Delphi and the statues of the mythical brothers Kleobis and Biton.