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The capital of the country. Archaeological sites, modern and classic art museums, galleries, art galleries, spas, trendy shops, restaurants and bars, outdoor markets and summer movies, await the visitor of Athens. The Acropolis, Ancient Agora, the Archaeological Museum and the changing of the guards are just a sample of the delights on offer in Athens….

The view from Delphi is amazing. Located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus, and from there you have a magnificent view all around. In antiquity, Delphi was famous for its oracle and pilgrims from around the world came to seek advice from the oracle. Probably one of the best archaeological sites in Greece, Delphi are…

Many people Monemvasia is known as the Gibraltar of Elladas. Enas imposing rock rising dramatically from the sea just outside the town of Monemvasia or New Bridge as well apokaleitai.Gia get there must pass over the elevated road and n’akolouthisei the turn that exist around the vracho.Diaschizontas the tunnel and reaching the entrance, immediately transported…

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Nafplion or Nauplion is a city of Peloponnesus, capital of Argolida and the main port of the eastern Peloponnese. According to the census of 2001 had 13,822 inhabitants. It is one of the most picturesque cities in the country, and was the capital of the Greek state in the years 1828 to 1833. Nafplion is…

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Olympia, was a city of ancient Greece in Elis, known as the venue for the Olympic Games in classical times, comparable in importance to the Pythian Games were held in Delphi. Olympia was the gold and ivory statue of Zeus by Pheidias, which was known in antiquity as one of the seven wonders of the…

Centered on Mycenae, the cradle of the first glorious civilization of mainland Greece, developed since the third millennium BC in the northeastern area of land Argolic organized housing units, whose inhabitants are taking advantage of the natural landscape and strategic location contributed to the creation in the 13th century BC a heavily bureaucratic economic and…

In a ravine, in 340 BC, Argos architect Polykleitos the Younger built, according to Pausanias, the theater of Epidaurus. Of all the ancient theater of Epidaurus theater is the most beautiful and best preserved. Intended for the amusement of the patients had a capacity of 13,000 spectators. Divided into two parts. A series of 21…