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Nestling in a forest on the hill of Larissa, where once stood a temple of Hera Akraia, the Church played its part in the events of the pro-revolutionary and revolutionary period.
Mycenae – the city of the legendary Agamemnon. The earliest archaeological fragments indicate that the site of Mycenae was inhabited since the 7th millennium BC.
Epidaurus is one of the most important archaeological findings reflecting the splendour of Greek culture through its imposing beauty. Its ancient town stands on Argolian land, overlooking the Saronic Gulf.
The cave of Kastania is one of the prettiest in Greece and among the richest in diversity in Europe.
The fortification of the hill of Tiryns which protects the palace complex, is such an impressive construction that the ancient Greeks could not believe that it was built by human hands