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Temple of Artemis

Vravrona 19003, Greece
+30 2299 027020
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Vravrona 19003, Greece
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+30 2299 027020
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Amazing temple we travel from Brazil and tried to see as many ancient sites we could. Do not miss this!

Thank matheusp1981
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The wonderfully preserved temple of Artemis - a former Brauron from about the 5th century BC Museum air-conditioned, very well-described exhibits excavated during the excavations (after the II WW) and the history of the temple and the region. Next to the temple protected wetlands habitats...More

Thank mkowalik1977
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Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

I used to visit this site more than a decade ago, when there were only stones half hidden by wild vegetation. Now the grounds are well kept and there’s a museum, but I do miss the old downtrodden charm. What makes this temple special is...More

Thank mygreektravels
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Reviewed 2 July 2018

Visited here with my wife and our 7y. son. Very well kept and interesting place. If you are here nearby or even further and for the mood of some archaeology you can visit here without spending whole day of your holiday to standing in queues....More

Thank Simo R
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Reviewed 14 June 2018

It is an amazing experience to wander around these ruins and learn of their history. Much more atmospheric than visiting the bigger sites - we had the place to ourselves

Thank rh0ban
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Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

If you want to get away from the bustle and crazy packed areas like the Acropolis, but still see some amazingly well kept pieces from antiquity, I highly recommend the Temple of Artemis and it's museum. It costs 6 Euro and the ticket gets you...More

1  Thank Erica C
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Reviewed 14 March 2018

Such an amazing site and museum! We were so blessed to make it in time to visit both the site and museum. The museum has some beautiful pieces and lots of great history. The site was a little walk down the road but easy to...More

3  Thank Ruth K
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Reviewed 14 November 2017

A wonderful addition to your collection of Greek antiquities and Temples. Every bit as impressive as the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion. The Vravrona Museum and Temple of Artemis is located in rich farmland area surrounded by lovely trees and vegetation. A great deal of...More

1  Thank Jerry C
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

The same time we visited the museum of Vravrona that's at the same location as the Temple of Artemis . An amazing place about half an our outside of Athens. It's really worth going.

Thank Anne-Marie D
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Reviewed 4 July 2017

This is well worth a visit. Even though it covers only a small area, it is a lovely, peaceful site (especially if you have it to yourself and not a coach load) with a great history which you should check out before you go. Really...More

Thank DJKJ123
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akelly184
8 May 2018|
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Response from Jerry C | Reviewed this property |
Yes! We rented car at airport for a few hours, drove to sight and visited museum. We also added lunch later, but you could return rental and have lunch at airport. Lovely site and experience. See my photos of site with my... More
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mackis680
11 September 2015|
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Response from Jason K | Reviewed this property |
The temple is about 15 km or 30 minutes from Rafina.
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TheGreatBear57
11 May 2015|
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Response from StefanAlv | Reviewed this property |
Good afternoon from Athens. I just called the museum. The visiting hours are 8:30 - 15:00 Tuesday - Sunday indeed and they apply BOTH to the museum and the archaeological site of Brauron. If you need further info, I ll be... More
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