Archaeological Sites

    GONNOI Archaeological Site

    City of Perraivia at the western entrance to the valley of Tempi. He controlled the passage between Macedonia and Southern Greece. It flourished mainly from the 6th to the 4th century BC. In Hellenistic times it was the center of many military operations. The ancient city extends over three hills »

    KASTHANAEA Archaeological Site

    The fortified citadel, with high surviving walls, on a low hill NE. of Keramidi (4th century BC), is identified with the ancient Kasthanaia. The citadel is separated from the lower city by a transverse wall with circular towers at its ends. The port of the city was located in Kakorema bay. Editor: »

    KOMNENEION / ECONOMEION Archaeological Site

    Numerous architectural elements, including early Christian capitals, are built into the catholicon of the Monastery of Theotokos (end of the 13th - beginning of the 14th century). Editor: Fotini Anastasopoulou »

    KOKKINO NERO Archaeological Site

    ( Evrimeni ) In the years of Justinian I' (6th century), the fort of Evrymeni was strengthened, which controlled the pass of Tempe. Early Christian building remains, on the road leading to the post-Byzantine bridge, near the hot springs. Editor: Fotini Anastasopoulou »

    LASPOCHORI / OMOLION Archaeological Site

    City of ancient Magnesia, on the border with Macedonia, built in a strategic position to control Tempi. It flourished mainly during the 4th century BC. In 352 BC passed into Macedonian rule. The ancient city is located near today's Laspohori (Dereli). A low precinct is preserved in the rocky »

    MARMARINI TOYMPA OF AGIA Archaeological Site

    Magoula was inhabited throughout the prehistoric era. Mycenaean vaulted tomb of the 14th - 13th century BC. Editor: Fotini Anastasopoulou »

    MELIVOIA Archaeological Site

    She was famous for her wine and for dyeing cloth purple from herbs. In 367/6 BC it was destroyed by the tyrant Alexander of the Pherae. In 344 BC passed into Macedonian rule. Extensive remains of a settlement (second half of the 5th century - first half of the 2nd century BC) have been identified at »

    NEROMYLOI OF AGIA Archaeological Site

    A complex of Roman baths was excavated with rooms decorated with mosaic floors. Editor: Fotini Anastasopoulou »