List of Archaeological Sites By Country - Greece

Greece

  • Aegina (Temple of Aphaea, Temple of Zeus), Attica
  • Aigeira, West Greece
  • Aigosthena, Attica
  • Akraiphnion, Central Greece
  • Akrotiri at Santorini, South Aegean
  • Alifeira, West Greece
  • Amphiareion of Oropos, Attica
  • Amphipolis, Central Macedonia
  • Amykles, Peloponnese
  • Anafi, South Aegean
  • Anemospilia, Crete
  • Anthidona, Central Greece
  • Antissa, Lesbos, North Aegean
  • Aptera, Crete
  • Archanes - Vathypetro, Crete
  • Argos, Peloponnese
  • Arisbe, Lesbos, North Aegean
  • Armeni, Minoan Tombs, Crete
  • Arta - Ambracia, Epirus
  • Asclepieion of Kos, South Aegean
  • Asea, Peloponnese
  • Asini, Peloponnese
  • Assiros, Central Macedonia
  • Athens (Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Acropolis, Kerameikos, Pnyx, Colonus, Areopagus, Kallimarmaro Stadium, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Temple of Hephaestus, Ancient Agora of Athens, Roman Forum, Theatre of Dionysus)
  • Abdera, Thrace, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Avlida, Central Greece
  • Bassae, Peloponnese
  • Brauron, Attica
  • Calydon, West Greece
  • Cathrea at Kea, South Aegean
  • Cassiope, Corfu, Ionian Islands
  • Cassiope, Epirus
  • Chaeronea, Central Greece
  • Chalcis, Central Greece
  • Chios (Temple of Apollo at Phana), North Aegean
  • Kleonae, Peloponnese
  • Corfu, Ionian Islands
  • Corinth, Peloponnese
  • Cynosura at Salamis, Attica
  • Delium, Attica
  • Delphi, Central Greece
  • Delos, South Aegean
  • Dimini, Thessaly
  • Dion, Central Macedonia
  • Dispilio, West Macedonia
  • Dodona, Epirus
  • Dorio, Peloponnese
  • Dreros, Crete
  • Dystos, Central Greece
  • Eadion at Salamis, Attica
  • Eani, West Macedonia
  • Edessa, Central Macedonia
  • Eleftherae, Attica
  • Eleusis, Attica
  • Elis, West Greece
  • Elyros, Crete
  • Epitalion, West Greece
  • Eresos, Lesbos, North Aegean
  • Eretria, Central Greece
  • Eretria, Thessaly
  • Ephyra, Epirus
  • Epidaurus (A'Theatre, B'Theatre and Asclepieion Sites), Peloponnese
  • Eupalinian aqueduct of Samos, North Aegean
  • Evropos, Central Macedonia
  • Figaleia, West Greece
  • Fthiotides Thivae, Thessaly
  • Gioura, Alonissos, Thessaly
  • Gomfoi, Thessaly
  • Goniae, Crete
  • Gortyn, Crete
  • Gournia, Crete
  • Gynaecokastron, Central Macedonia
  • Gythium, Peloponnese
  • Hellenikon, Greek Pyramid
  • Hephaestia, Lemnos, North Aegean
  • Hagia Triada, Crete
  • Heraion of Argos, Peloponnese
  • Heraion of Samos, Samos, North Aegean
  • Ialysos at Rhodes, South Aegean
  • Ierapetra and Vasiliki, Crete
  • Isthmia, Peloponnese
  • Ios, South Aegean
  • Itanos and Palekastro, Crete
  • Ithaca, Ionian Islands
  • Ithomi, Peloponnese
  • Kalymnos, South Aegean
  • Kameiros at Rhodes, South Aegean
  • Kallithea (Temple of Ammon Zeus), Central Macedonia
  • Kastron, Central Greece
  • Kaveirion, Lemnos, North Aegean
  • Kechries, Peloponnese
  • Kionia at Tinos, South Aegean
  • Kleitor, West Greece
  • Knossos, Crete
  • Kolchis, Central Macedonia
  • Kos, South Aegean
  • Kydonia, Crete
  • Kyparissia, Peloponnese
  • Lakereia, Thessaly
  • Larissa, Thessaly
  • Lato, Crete
  • Lefkadia, Central Macedonia
  • Lefkandi, Central Greece
  • Lefkopetra, Central Macedonia
  • Lentas, Crete
  • Lepreum, West Greece
  • Lerna, Peloponnese
  • Lindos, Rhodes Island, South Aegean
  • Linos, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Lissos, Crete
  • Loukous, Herodes Atticus Villa, Peloponnese
  • Lycaeon, Peloponnese
  • Lyctus, Crete
  • Lycosura, Peloponnese
  • Macedonian Tombs at N.Nicomedia, Central Macedonia
  • Magasa, Crete
  • Malia, Crete
  • Mantineia, Peloponnese
  • Maroneia, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Matala and Kommos, Crete
  • Megalopolis, Peloponnese
  • Megara, Attica
  • Menelaeon, Peloponnese
  • Mesemvria, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Midea and Dendra, Peloponnese
  • Milos, South Aegean
  • Minia, Kefalonia, Ionian Islands
  • Minoa at Amorgos, South Aegean
  • Mochlos, Crete
  • Monemvasia, Peloponnese
  • Mount Athos
  • Mount Juktas, Crete
  • Mycenae, Peloponnese
  • Myrina, Lesbos, North Aegean
  • Myrtos Pyrgos, Crete
  • Mystras, Peloponnese
  • Mytilene, Lesbos, North Aegean
  • Naousa, Central Macedonia
  • Nape (Temple of Apollo), Lesbos, North Aegean
  • Naupactus and Makyneia, West Greece
  • Naxos (Ancient Naxos and Kouros Sites), South Aegean
  • Necromanteion of Acheron, Epirus
  • Nemea, Peloponnese
  • Nicopolis, Epirus
  • Nymphasia, Peloponnese
  • Oiniades, West Greece
  • Olous, Crete
  • Olympia, West Greece
  • Olynthus, Central Macedonia
  • Orchomenus, Central Greece
  • Orchomenus, Peloponnese
  • Pagasae, Thessaly
  • Palace of Nestor, Peloponnese
  • Paleopolis at Andros, South Aegean
  • Paleopolis at Kythira, Attica
  • Panormos at Mykonos, South Aegean
  • Paros (Ancient Paros and Delion Sites), South Aegean
  • Partira, Crete
  • Patras, West Greece
  • Pella, Central Macedonia
  • Perachora (Heraion), Peloponnese
  • Perrevia, Leivadi, Thessaly
  • Petrae, West Macedonia
  • Phalasarna, Crete
  • Phanarion, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Phanariion at Icaria, North Aegean
  • Phaistos, Crete
  • Pharsala, Thessaly
  • Pheneos, Peloponnese
  • Philippi, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Phourni, Crete
  • Piraeus, Attica
  • Plevrona, West Greece
  • Poseidi, (Temple of Poseidon), Central Macedonia
  • Poliochne, Lemnos, North Aegean
  • Poikilassos, Crete
  • Polyrrinia, Crete
  • Lefkada (city), Lefkada, Ionian Islands
  • Limnea - Amphilochia, West Greece
  • Plataies, Central Greece
  • Poseidonia and Chalandriani at Syros, South Aegean
  • Potidaea, Central Macedonia
  • Praessus, Crete
  • Pydna, Central Macedonia
  • Pylos, Peloponnese
  • Pyrassos - Nea Anchialos, Thessaly
  • Pyrgos, Central Greece
  • Pythagoreion of Samos, Samos, North Aegean
  • Roman Aqueduct of Louros, Epirus
  • Rhamnus, Attica
  • Rhodes (Ancient and Walled City of Rhodes), South Aegean
  • Samikon, West Greece
  • Samothrace Temple complex (Sanctuary of the Great Gods), East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Serres, Central Macedonia
  • Servia, West Macedonia
  • Sesklo, Thessaly
  • Sicyon, Peloponnese
  • Sikinos, South Aegean
  • Sitagroi, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Skillounta and Iardanos Tombs, West Greece
  • Sounion, Attica
  • Sparta, Peloponnese
  • Spilia, West Greece
  • Stratos, West Greece
  • Stymphalia, Peloponnese
  • Syia, Crete
  • Tanagra, Central Greece
  • Tarra, Crete
  • Tegea, Peloponnese
  • Thasos, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Thebes, Central Greece
  • Thermon, West Greece
  • Thermopylae, Central Greece
  • Thermos, West Greece
  • Thespiae, Central Greece
  • Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia
  • Thira, South Aegean
  • Thisbe, Central Greece
  • Tiryns, Peloponnese
  • Thermae of Traianopolis, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Toroni, Central Macedonia
  • Trikke, Thessaly
  • Troezen, Attica
  • Trophoniou Oracle at Livadeia, Central Greece
  • Tylissos, Crete
  • Vapheion, Peloponnese
  • Vanaena, Peloponnese
  • Vergina (Macedonian Tombs complex), Central Macedonia
  • Vistonis, East Macedonia and Thrace
  • Vrisa, Lesbos, North Aegean
  • Yrtakina, Crete
  • Zakros, Crete

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