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Mount Olympus

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The shape of mount Olympus, the polymorphous and changeable beauty of its nature, the fog covered peaks and law clouds bringing about frequent the under storms, filled people with awe and admiration from ancient times. There are recent archaeological finds that go back to the Iron Age. Prehistoric man chose to live at the foot […]

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Nea Roda

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The sanctuarie’s lifetime begins at the late archaic era till the Hellenistic one and its history is connected with the two ancient cities of the region, Sani, colony of Andris and Ouranoupolis, town founded in 315 b.c by Alexarhos, brother of Kassandros, King of Macedonia. By the end of the 6th century Alexarhos and the […]

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Olinthos

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Olinthos was for a century, the most important town of Halkidiki. Its foundation is lost in the mythical years. Some archaeological findings show that in the townÉ’s position used to be a significant prehistoric settlement, which was the town of the classical years. According to the mythology Olynthos was the son of Strymonas, King of […]

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Petralona’c Cave

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The cave of Petralona “embellished” with stalagmites and stalactites is located in the west foot of the Katsika (Goat) mountain and in an altitude of about 300 meters from the level of sea. It was found in 1959 by the inhabitant of Petralona, Mr. Philippos Hatzaridis and it became well known all over the world […]

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Thessaloniki

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Dating back to the Hellenistic Times, Thessaloniki has always been the epicentre of great developments, processes and events, being a principal gateway from the Mediterranean to the Balkans and Central Europe. Founded in 315 B.C. on the site of earlier prehistoric settlements, the Hellenistic City developed an increasingly important role as part of the Kingdom […]

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