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Archaeological sitesWritten on: 18/12/2012

Thesprotia

Peninsula Ligia three walls of fortified settlements in the Corfu Perea
Ancient Titani or Gitane (330 BC)
Elea (360 BC) first ancient capital of Thesprotia
Dimokastro (walled coastal settlement)
Fanoti (Capital of Fanoti)
Ravenna (ancient settlement)
Polyneri (ancient settlement)
Grave Monument (ancient burial building)
Kasnetsi (small Roman fortress)
Ladochori (Petroleum) Roman villa with funerary chamber carved sarcophagi (2-3 cent.)
Former range (sweet):
(Early Christian settlement)
Fairytale
(Settlement of the second millennium BC, Bronze Age)
Osdina or Ouzntina:
(Byzantine City)
Tower Ragio:
small military and post-Byzantine castle tower
Prasouda:
CHRISTIAN chapel ruins
Castle Igoumenitsa:
the hill east of the Prefecture of the Delta estuary old Kalama
Grove:
where the ruins of the Turkish castle in 1685 that destroyed the Venetian Morosini


Preveza Prefecture

Eight km north of Preveza, in a lush landscape of 9000 acres in extent, is the Ancient Nicopolis.
On 2 September 31 BC, became the battle of Actium between the fleets of both Octavius ??and Cleopatra on the other hand, when Octavian prevailed.
In commemoration of his victory, Octavian built the Nikopol, at the southernmost tip of the continent, they quickly developed a large city.
The three ports, the excellent geographical location as a hub between continents - Akarnanias and Greece - Italy, turned it into a magnet in the wider Mediterranean region.
The city continued during the Byzantine period. During the first century. BC and first and second centuries. AD was decorated with magnificent public buildings and works of art. Some of them survived and were discovered as far as the famous aqueduct, its walls protected the city (Roman), the Odeon, the theater, the baths, the monument of August.
At a time when the Romans had occupied the whole world, Nikopol, due to its strategic position has evolved into one of the larger server and shopping malls.
Known ports are Komaros and Vathi In the early Christian era (4th century AD.) Raided the Nikopol, limited commercial activities and residents turned to agriculture and built a new wall that shrunk its size. It continued, however, is the capital of a vast province named "Old Epirus.
In 540 AD Justinian repaired existing Christian fate for protection from enemy attacks. These walls (Byzantine) are preserved in very good condition with 35 semi-circular and square towers.
Currently 6 built large basilicas and monuments have been discovered indicate the edge of Nicopolis in the 6th AD century.
Nicopolis included in the tour (1962-1963 AD), St. Paul and founded, according to reports, the Church. Here fled (44 AD) and stayed until the end of his life Stoic philosopher Epictetus (50-120 AD), where his teaching has brought an outcry in Rome. Earthquakes, invasions, fires, desertification finally 10th-11th century.


Ioannina Prefecture

The legendary castle of Ioannina with two citadels, which in its current form is largely the work of the era of Ottoman rule, however, incorporating Byzantine and earlier phases.
The Monastery Fjlancrwpjnw'n one of the most important post-Byzantine monuments of Greece on the Island of Pamvotida
Panteleimon Monastery (15th century)
The world famous archaeological site of Dodona, which saved one of the largest ancient theater with a capacity of 17,000 spectators
The ruins of the capital of Molossos Pasaronas and other smaller settlements

 


Arta Prefecture

Bridge of Arta (Tritoxo)
Orraon
Ancient Amvrakia (wall, theater, Amvrakia cemetery, a temple of Apollo)
The Castle of Arta (13th century) next to Arachthos
Chanopoulo
Round

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