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Next to acropolis hill another ancient area you can visit also the neirborhood which is very interesting like the old Athens .
One of the most important archaeological places in Greece. The marmors and the epitimvia on the tomps of the most important philosophers, poets and writers of the ancient comedies and tragedies are to see her. Do not miss the beautiful and innovative small Museum inside the parc.
The oldest cemetery in Ancient Athens. This site is a great insight into ancient Athenian life. There was a lot to see in terms of gravestone traditions and information plaques too. The site is also home to a small museum with more artifacts to see. The most impressive gravestones and statues from…
Keramikos is the major cemetery of ancient Athens. Name by the potters living in the Eridanus river banks. When the Wall of Themistokles was built (5th century BC) the cemetery was divided in “inner” and “outer” sections that connected via the 2 most important gates of the city, the Dypilon gate and…
You can take the train at Victoria Station and descend at the Thision Station, it is just on your right side. From this station you can ascend to the Acropolis which lies on your right side.
The Archaeological Museum of Kerameikos is located in the archaeological site of the ancient cemetery with the same name. At the first area and the atrium they host works of sculpture from all periods of antiquity, while at the other three halls there are pottery exhibits and other findings that…
Kerameikos (Greek: Κεραμεικός, pronounced [ce.ɾa.miˈkos]) also known by its Latinized form Ceramicus, is an area of Athens, Greece, located to the northwest of the Acropolis, which includes an extensive area both within and outside the ancient city walls, on both sides of the Dipylon (Δίπυλον) Gate…
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