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It was discovered north of Stavroupoli, on the way to Komnina village. It’s the biggest and best preserved tomb in north-eastern Greece. It is dated around the first half of the 2nd century BC. It has the basic characteristics of the Macedonian tombs; it is underground, stone-built comprised of three main parts: the dromos (entrance...
Between the villages Toxotes and Paradisos, visitors can see the ruins of the ancient city Topiros. In this area ruins of Paleochristian and Byzantine era have been excavated, such as parts of fortification and buildings.
If you visit Avdira, don’t omit a visit to the archaeological site of Avdira. In an area of 3.000 acres the history of Avdira unfolds: the Archaic, the Classical, the Hellenistic and the Roman period. The archaeologist Dimitris Lazaridis started the excavations around 1950, and these have brought to light findings which reveal the city’s...
In the area of Thermes you can see on a rock the relief of Mithra. This relief portrays a cave and god Mithra in the middle, sacrificing a bull between Cautes and Cautopates. Mithra is said to have been a local god originating from Persia; the god of sun. The relief dates back from the 2nd-3rd century AD.