I love to visit all ancient archeological sites in Greece, however, Greece is so popular among tourists mostly because of nice beaches and seas.
Mount Olympus is the highest and most famous mountain in Greece.
Today’s picture shows nice mountains nearby Mount Olympus.
The Corinth Canal (6.3 m long) is not an ancient attraction but a very unique and interesting site in Greece.
The olive branch is a symbol of peace; it comes from ancient Greece.
Branches of the olive tree are placed e.g., on the flag of the United Nations.
Mycenae is an archeological site from about 1300 BC.
It’s quite different from typical ancient Greek ruins; still worth visiting.
Tomb of Agamemnon, or rather the Treasury of Atreus is a large tomb.
At school, I had to learn a poem about the Tomb of Agamemnon, so it more special for me to visit this interesting site.
Archaeological Site of Delphi is another impressive ancient location that cannot be missed while being in Greece!
The ruins, nearby mountains, everything – just perfect!
What’s the most impressive ancient theater?
-Epidaurus Theater, of course! 🙂
Peloponnese is a beautiful peninsula and geographic region in Greece; you’ll find here some amazing ancient sites together with famous Olympia.
If you like watching the Olympic Games, definitely you should visit Olympia – the birthplace of the Olympic Games. 🙂