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One of the most notable archeological sites in Greece. During the 10th century BC, Ancient Olympia was the place of worship of Zeus, while the Olympic Games started taking place there every 4 years in 776 BC, which were banned in 394 AC by the Emperor Theodosius I as a pagan event. However, the institution has been revived and, therefore, the...
Ancient Ilida, capital of the state of the Elians, was the regular host city of the ancient Olympic Games for more than a thousand years. The ruins of the ancient city are located pretty close to Amaliada, between the plain and the mountain area. The archeological findings indicate the prime of the city, proving that it was a significant and...
The temple of Apollo Epicurius seems to be lying in the middle of nowhere, but, when it was built in 430 BC, the most known town of the ancient world, Figalia, was nearby. The temple was built between 430-410 BC by Ictinus, the architect of Parthenon, which was one of the greatest and significant temples in antiquity. It was dedicated to Apollo...