Peloponnese - Archaeological sites

Peloponnese - Archaeological sites

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The Peloponnese possesses many important archaeological sites dating from the Bronze Age through to the Middle Ages. Among the most notable are:

  • Bassae (ancient town and the temple of Epikourios Apollo) on UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Corinth (ancient city)
  • Epidaurus (ancient religious and healing centre)
  • Koroni (medieval seaside fortress and city walls)
  • Kalamata Acropolis (medieval acropolis and fortress located within the modern city)
  • Messene (ancient city)
  • Methoni (medieval seaside fortress and city walls)
  • Mystra (medieval Byzantine fortress-town near Sparta) on UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Monemvasia (medieval fortress-town)
  • Mycenae (fortress-town of the eponymous civilization) on UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Olympia (site of the Ancient Olympic Games) on UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Sparta
  • Pylos (the Palace of Nestor and Pylos castles)
  • Tegea (ancient religious centre)
  • Tiryns (ancient fortified settlement) on UNESCO World Heritage List

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