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Aristotle’s Lyceum: New Archaeological Site Opens In Athens, Greece

A new archaeological site has been added to the many in the Greek capital city. The 4th century BC Lyceum of Aristotle has opened to the public and comes to give residents and visitors of Athens a very important lesson in archaeology.

Acropolis of Lindos

Beneath the modern village of Lindos lies buried one of the most important ancient cities of Rhodes and the eastern Aegean. The only visible today ancient monuments preserves the mighty bare rock that rises from the sea at an altitude of 116 meters and is a landmark of Lindos’...
Posted On 23 May 2014
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