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Mount Athos
Mount Athos
At a distance of 100 kilometers, one finds the most fascinating peninsula of Chalkidiki, the peninsula of “Mount Athos”, which is now entirely occupied by the monastic state of “Athos”. It is the unique area in Greece, which is totally devoted to praying and to the worship of God. That is why it is also called “Agio Oros” (Holy Mountain). The most interesting sight and, at the same time, one of the most beautiful sceneries in Greece, is the one formed by the combination of the unique wild nature of the peninsula including numerous monasteries that have stood there for many centuries. The scenery harmonizes well with the lifestyle and the customs of the monks, who live in peace and have eliminated almost anything materialistic from their lives, so as to be able to follow an ascetic lifestyle.
At a distance of 115 kilometers, there is a village called “Vergina”, which has become famous worldwide through the archaeological finds discovered by Professor Manolis Andronikos. The wealth of these finds leads to the conclusion that “Vergina” was ancient “Eges”, the first capital of the Macedonian Kingdom. The town flourished in the archaic (7th-6th century B.C.) and the classic era (5th and 4th century B.C.), when it was the major town in the area, seat of the Macedonian kings and a place gathering the most significant traditional sanctuaries. The most important monument of “Vergina” is the cluster of royal tombs, which were discovered in 1977-78 inside the modern village. The largest tomb was the tomb of Phillip II, the smallest one belonged to a young prince, probably Alexander, and the third one “a box-shaped tomb” was the tomb of a woman. Several tombstones have been found in the areas nearby, with valuable inscriptions, all written in Greek. The finds coming from the royal tombs are exhibited in the underground building - museum, which protects the ancient monuments, and also in a specially designed area in the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki.
Petralona Cave
Cave Petralona
At a distance of 52 km is the cave "Red Stones" at Petralona, internationally renowned region because paleontological findings and location separate air beauty.
Meteora is a cluster of huge dark sandstone cliffs which rise out of Kalambaka, near the first hills of Pindos and Chassia. The monasteries of Meteora, which are built on top of some rocks, is now the second most important monastic group in Greece after Mount Athos. Of the thirty who have been historically, currently operating only seven, which, since 1988, included in the list of UNESCO world heritage monuments.