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The Palace of Nestor reopens after three years of Restorations

The Palace of Nestor reopens after three years of Restorations

After three years of restorations, the Mycenaean Palace of Nestor in Ano Englianos in Messinia, reopens its doors to the public. The archaeological site was inaugurated by Culture and Sport Minister Aristides Baltas, while the entrance is free to the public. The...
The tomb of Aristotle has been found at ancient Stageira

The tomb of Aristotle has been found at ancient Stageira

The most important finding of of twenty years of excavation at ancient Stageira, the discovery of the Tomb of Aristotle, has been announced yesterday in Thessaloniki. The official announcement for the tomb of Aristotle was made by Greek Archaeologist Costas...
Archaeological Museum of Tegea receives European Award

Archaeological Museum of Tegea receives European Award

Archaeological Museum of Tegea has been awarded by the jury of the European Museum Forum in San Sebastian in Spain, with the “highest recognition for outstanding achievements.” “The judges were impressed by the museum, which displays as a central...
Mycenaean cemetery was discovered in Kozani

Mycenaean cemetery was discovered in Kozani

Archaeologists have discovered in Elati, Kozani a Mycenaean cemetery with 31 unlooted graves, numerus jewellery and  several types of vessels, including  12 elaborate kylixes. The archaeological site is 455 hectares, of which have been excavated 12.5 acres, while the...
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