Archaeological sites

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Archaeological sites

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During the Classical period at the service of the goddess Artemis were girls aged five to ten years old. They were known as "Arktoi" "little bears". Within the Museum, the history of the region is wraparound through various vases, small and larger, statuary statues, children's heads, votive plates etc.
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Archaeological Museum of Vravrona
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During the Classical period at the service of the goddess Artemis were girls aged five to ten years old. They were known as "Arktoi" "little bears". Within the Museum, the history of the region is wraparound through various vases, small and larger, statuary statues, children's heads, votive plates etc.
At the Cape of Sounio is the Temple of Poseidon, the summit of the isosceles triangle created with the Parthenon and Aphaia.
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Archaeological Site of Sounion
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At the Cape of Sounio is the Temple of Poseidon, the summit of the isosceles triangle created with the Parthenon and Aphaia.
The Acropolis of Athens, the so-called "sacred rock", is the most important archaeological site in Greece and is situated on a hill in the center of today's Athens. On the Acropolis there are three ancient temples, the Parthenon, the Erechtheion and the Temple of Aptera Nike. There is also the monumental entrance, the Propylaea. All the monuments of the Acropolis are made of Pentelic marble and were built during the Golden Age of Pericles, the so-called Classical Period (450-330 BC).  The Parthenon was dedicated to the goddess Athena, the patron saint of the city.
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Akropolis
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The Acropolis of Athens, the so-called "sacred rock", is the most important archaeological site in Greece and is situated on a hill in the center of today's Athens. On the Acropolis there are three ancient temples, the Parthenon, the Erechtheion and the Temple of Aptera Nike. There is also the monumental entrance, the Propylaea. All the monuments of the Acropolis are made of Pentelic marble and were built during the Golden Age of Pericles, the so-called Classical Period (450-330 BC).  The Parthenon was dedicated to the goddess Athena, the patron saint of the city.