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Ramnous Archaeological Site, Attica

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
Ramnous Archaeological Site is located in Attica. Work out when and for how long to visit Ramnous Archaeological Site and other Marathon attractions using our handy Marathon trip builder.
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  • Brilliant and surprisingly evocative ruins in a fabulous location. The ladies in the hut at the entrance were really friendly and helpful: they pointed is towards Small Seti Beach with a simple but ex...  read more »
  • Classical Athens was not only the Acropolis or the Agora. It was also the small settlements all around Attica, and Rhamnous is the better preserved example. A site that includes everything: two temple...  read more »
  • Nice to find a site well sign posted.Its a straight walk along the dirt track so you cant get lost.Great photo of the whole site as you come down the hill on the track.Once you get to the bottom you c...  read more »
  • Stunning site and no other tourists when we visited in high summer. Take water with you.
  • Impressive archaeological site, both in area and in findings, consisting of the ruins of the ancient city of Ramnoyntos. The archaeological site of the fortress are preserved with the wall which surrounds the village, small shrines, the theatre and the city's high school. For access to the archaeological site required private means of transport, as there is no transportation, which explains the low traffic area. The archaeological site there is a serious problem and for this reason must precede the visit phone, whether the archaeological site is open on the one hand and, on the other hand, for the most part is open to visitors (for example, the fortress with the settlement, the most impressive part of the site, usually refused entry to the official excuse: "lack of staff"). Definitely can be the sanctuary of nemesis that is the most important Temple of Divinity in Greece, part of the ancient road leading to the city of Ramnous, went in front of the sanctuary of nemesis and ended in Fort and the luxury of the classical era tombstones found along the road, several of whom have been restored.
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  • The best preserved ancient city of Attica. The most important in ancient Greece sanctuary of Nemesis and the fortress whose walls are in excellent condition (virtually untouched). On the trail there are good maintained burial closes. Visit is preferred in summer, and good is getting water and hat with him.
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  • The most personal Agenes, I've come across in the archaeological site. Crap service and no k structures diapliktismo
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  • Sublime and desert site: crossed 2 tourists!
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