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Brauron Archaeological Site, Attica

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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Brauron Archaeological Site is located in Attica. Plan your visit to Brauron Archaeological Site and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Athens itinerary planner.
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  • Vravrona/Ancient Brauron is an ancient site dedicated to the cult of Artemis. The satnav might take you to the ruins, by a road, but the way in is by a different road, via the museum. The museum is mu...  read more »
  • Accessible public transport from Athens for about an hour, but on 20 minutes terminus on foot. Several rooms at the Museum, where the history of the sanctuary and the cult of ARTEMIS, and then begins the archaeological area with the ruins of a temple and a church from the Byzantine time.
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  • Just 10-15 mins drive from the Athens a/port there is Vravron Site and the Museum . Not very big , but really interesting . First time to see in Greece so many kids ( well preserved ) statues , and so...  read more »
  • Brauron is a very famous ancient archaeological city where people from all around the world can visit. Brauron has many ancient artifacts in it's museum where people can also visit. The ancient city was founded in the 8th century and it's located in the eastern Attica, approximately 38 kilometers from the Athens. Go and visit this wonderful archaeological site.
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