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Bridge Neas Potidaias

The bridge Potidaia is 1.250m long and 40m wide, has existed since ancient times. Probably the King Kassandros opened it in 315 BC, when on the ruins of the ancient Potidea the King, built Kassandria, both for the purposes of navigation (the association of Toroneos – Thermaikos) and for the best defense of his city. During the Byzantine era, the area was called doors and so is still called by the inhabitants of Halkidiki. Along the canal there was a wall of towers at intervals, which even better secured the land of Kassandra. The wall stretched in a straight line of about 1,200m long, from the Thermaiko to the Toroneos Bay, penetrated the water at both ends and ended up at the sea towers.

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