Archaeological Museum of Karpathos

The Archaeological Museum of Karpathos is located in one of the three buildings of Eparcheio, a complex that was constructed during the Italian occupation and served as the administrative seat of the island. The museum houses finds from the Prehistoric settlement of Pigadia, the three ancient cities of the islands, as well as artifacts from […]

Ancient Agora of Athens Museum

The Museum of the Ancient Agora is housed in the reconstructed Stoa of Attalos, originally erected during the 2nd cent. BC as a gift of the king of Pergamon, Attalos II, to Athens. The exhibition in the Museum gallery holds archaeological finds coming from the systematic excavations of the American School of Classical Studies in […]


Akanthos was the most important city and harbour of NE Chalkidiki. It was founded in the middle of the 7th century B.C. by colonists from Andros, on the site of a prehistoric settlement. The city extends on a ridge almost 600 m. SE of modern Ierissos. Sections of the fortification walls of the city are […]


At the foot of Mount Parnassos, within the angle formed by the twin rocks of the Phaedriades, lies the Pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Delphi, which had the most famous oracle of ancient Greece. More information: Τ.Κ. 33054, Delphi (Prefecture of Fokida) Telephone: +30 22650 82313, 82346Fax: +30 22650 Tickets: Full: €12, Reduced: €6Museum & Archaeological SiteSpecial ticket […]

Archaeological Museum of Abdera

The Archaeological Museum of Abdera exhibits objects found in the city and the cemeteries of ancient Abdera. The exhibition covers the period from the 7th c. e.g. until the 13th c. A.D. 2 D. Lazaridi Str., Avdira (Prefecture of Xanthi) Telephone: +30 25410 51003, +30 25410 51783Fax: +30 25410 Tickets: Full: €4, Reduced: €2Ticket package for the archaeological site and […]


Kerameikos is an area of Athens, located to the northwest of the Acropolis, which includes an extensive area both within and outside the city walls, on both sides of the Dipylon (Διπυλον) Gate and by the banks of the Eridanos River. It was the potters’ quarter of the city, from which the English word “ceramic” is derived, and […]