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It is considered one of the most important and most ancient settlements in Greece. It is situated on the hill Kastraki, not far from the village with the same name, at a distance of 15 km west of Volos. The first findings came to light in the beginning of the 19th century and the excavations were completed in the end of the 70’s. The Neolithic...
It is located 5 km west of Volos and it is a big and organized settlement which was founded at the end of the 5th millennium BC. The remains we can see in the archaeological site reveal the highest degree of economic and architectural organisation for this settlement of the Neolithic age. According to recent studies it is argued that it is the...
The area was first inhabited during the end of the Neolithic period until the Mycenaean. The ancient Dimitrias, at a distance of 1.5 km south of Volos, was founded in the 3rd century BC, as an example of strategic position and good economical and political development, by the Macedonian King Dimitrius the Besieger, from whom it was named...
The name ‘Fthiotides Thives’ was shared by two ancient towns in the area of Magnesia. One being near the village which is now called Mikrothives, and the other was near to the sea, in the port area of ancient Pyrassos, where today Nea Aghialos is, and reached the height of its development during the 6th century AD, being an important religious...