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Ligourio “Pyramid”
Attractions - Ligourio

The “Ligourio Pyramid”: A small fortification, known as “the Ligourio Pyramid”, is situated on the foot of Arachnaion Mountain, to the northwest of the village, on the Argos-Epidaurus road to the left, 200 metres from the church of Agia Marina. ...


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Monastery in Kalami
Attractions - Ancient Epidaurus

Near Ancient Epidaurus and specifically between the villages of Adami and Koliaki, is an old monastery with the name Kalami. The monastery is marvelously surrounded by beautiful mountain vegetation. The Monastery was founded in the early years of the 17th ...


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Monastery of Agnountos
Attractions - Nea Epidaurus

The Monastery of Agnountos: It is the oldest monastery of Epidaurus and is located 2 km heading towards Isthmia. Domed basilica of the 11th century. It is fortified and surrounded by strong walls and defensive towers. It carries a long ...


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Monastery of Pamegiston Taksiarxon
Attractions - Nea Epidaurus

The Monastery of Pamegiston Taksiarxon (the Archangels): It is located just ten minutes from the village, heading towards Dimena. The historical Monastery, which dates from the 15th century, was founded by monk Nephon, who later became one of the Patriarchs ...


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Monument symbolizing the First Constitutional Assembly
Attractions - Nea Epidaurus

It dominates the central square and it is found in a perfect landscape, where the votive column stands at the top of the palm, symbolizing freedom and democracy. It reminds everyone of an important date in history, December 1821, when ...


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Museum of Epidaurus
Attractions - Ancient Epidaurus

The Museum of Epidaurus, which includes a great variety of exhibits, is located opposite the site of the ancient theater. It was constructed in the early 20th century to house the restoration of the site of Asklepios, and the excavations ...


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Panagia Polemarha
Attractions - Nea Epidaurus

The Panagia Polemarha: Between New Epidaurus and Ancient Epidaurus, located in a piney area very close to the beach, we come across to a beautiful medieval monastery, built in the 15th century by a monk of the monastery Agnountos.


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Roman statue
Attractions - Ancient Epidaurus

It was found Tuesday, October 4, 2011, just 50 cm below the ground, embellishing the corner wall of a Roman Villa, a few yards from the Small Theatre of Ancient Epidaurus. It is the trunk of a statue from the ...


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Small Theater of Epidaurus
Attractions - Ancient Epidaurus

The Small Theater of Epidaurus or "shell of the Argosaronic Gulf”, was excavated in 1971 after 23 centuries of silence. It is located in the Acropolis of the ancient city of Epidaurus at the South-Western slope and it has a ...


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Temple of Asklepios
Attractions - Ligourio

The Temple of Asklepios: The temple in the plain is the largest and most widely known one. Ancient medicine was born there and was practiced at first in a religious way to evolve gradually into a true healing method. There ...


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The Asklepieio Natural History Museum
Attractions - Ligourio

The Asklepieio Natural History Museum: The Natural History Museum of Kotsiomitis is located in Ligourio, Argolida, 5 km from the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus. It exhibits 6.000 articles, out of the 22.000 articles it possesses, mostly minerals and fossils. An ...


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The Seven Vaulted Mycenaean Tombs
Attractions - Ancient Epidaurus

The Seven Vaulted Mycenaean Tombs: The plethora of findings certifies how famous the town of Ancient Epidaurus was. One of the most important monumental sites is The Seven Vaulted Mycenaean tombs at the foot of Mount Katarachi.  Walking along the ...


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The Sunken City
Attractions - Ancient Epidaurus

In the shallow waters of Kalymnios beach, a small part of the ancient city has submerged. One could see the remnants in the waters either by boat or swimming. In some places the ancient breakwater is still preserved. It ...


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The Temple of Apollo Maleatas
Attractions - Ligourio

The Temple of Apollo Maleatas: In the 2nd millennium BC, on the Kynortion Mountain, behind the theatre, a grand Mycenaean temple was constructed, comprising an open-air altar and an open-air space for ritual dinners. It was dedicated to Apollo Maleatas, ...


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