Archeological sites

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The Delphi museum houses what has survived of the vast number of dedications that adorned the panhellenic Delphic sanctuary.

Dating to the first period of Turkish rule (15th-17th c.)

The Museum of Greek Folk Art was established in 1918.

The Monastery of Kaisariani lies in a verdant valley on the western slopes of Mt. Hymettus.

The ancient Kerameikos, was on the north-west fringes of ancient Athens and extended both inside and outside the walls.

South Slope of the Acropolis

The Roman Agora of Athens was built in the 2nd half of the 1st c. BC.

It was founded with the aim of protecting, preserving, studying and exhibiting ancient inscriptions on stone.

Ιs the largest archaeological museum in Greece and one of the most important museums in the world devoted to ancient Greek art.

Built in AD 132-134 as a donation of the Roman Emperor Hadrian to the city of Athens.