Ancient Sites
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  • Ancient Asine has been identified with the rocky promontory, today called Kastraki, by the village of Tolo. The excavations began in the 1920’s

  • The Asklipio of Epidauros is one of those ancient places that obtained universal fame and respect. It functioned as both a religious and political centre of the city

  • Right in the middle of a dream-like but nevertheless wild landscape, which softens as one heads down south towards the Argolic bay

  • On the road that links Argos to Nauplio, built upon a rocky height, is the Acropolis of Tyrins, one of the most important cities of Mycenae

  • Ancient Nemea was not a city but, like Olympia, both a sanctuary to Zeus and a Panhellenic games venue. ..

  • Ancient Corinth, the original City of Corinth, was founded in the 10th Century BC and was the largest city in Ancient Greece.

  • Mystras occupies a steep foothill on the northern slopes of Mt. Taygetos, 6km. NW of Sparta. The castle on the top of the hill was founded in 1249

  • In western Peloponnese, in the beautiful valley of the Alpheios river, lies the most celebrated sanctuary of ancient Greece.

  • Legend tells us that Delphi was the point where two eagles, which had been released by Zeus at different ends of the world

  • Athens…the city with the most glorious history in the world, a city worshipped by gods and people, a magical city