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The Ancient Agora, Thasos

(3.9/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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  • In the modern village of Limenas, Thassos Island, lie the remains of an old ancient city which you can still see many vestiges including the agora. But it is especially the two buildings show that marked me: a theatre and a bouleuterion. Excavations were conducted by the French school of Athens, which also completed the return of the bouleuterion from 1921. That of the theatre, very ambitious, is underway (you can however find out through a fence which made the turn and dizzying views of the sea below). At hillside above the city, the theatre is oriented to the Northeast and faces the sea. It seems that he has been here since the 5th century BC a show building, probably wooden. The theater visible today dates back to Hellenistic (2nd century BC), it was transformed in Roman times. The bouleuterion, also, date from the third century BC. It is a small rectangular building in which stood the citizens Assembly. There are a few bleachers. The location, and its much smaller scale, make it a charming building.
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  • In the area of the old port-capital Limenas Thassos island-has a plot with excavations is part of the old Agora ancient market. Near the archaeological museum, where the finds from the excavations. Agora area is large enough, but, of course, not Athens. Admission is free, it is possible to walk as much as you want. Unfortunately, few of which survived and remains the only fantasize-assisted fantasies have decals with the description.
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  • The place is very large so be prepared to walk. Despite the beautiful views, the locations are well finished so you have to use your imagination. The Museum contains beautiful pieces. Worth a visit if you have multiple ticket.
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  • I was sort of disappointed because there was lots of unmanaged terrain - the grass was like 1 meter high. The whole place looked like it was abandoned - no informational signs, no staff. Be very careful when you are looking for this place because you can miss it easily.
  • Nothing special to see...it's a little disappointing. The place is abandoned and nobody takes care of it
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