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Reviewed 4 November 2014 via mobile

This museum is really interesting and gave a lot of information as to the ancient city of Amphipolis and greece during this period.
The museum only cost 2 euros and well worth it.
From the museum we drove the few minute drive to the ruins and the gates were open and there was an attendant there who gave us an information pamphlet and then walked with and showed us some sites. The church mosaics were amazing.
There was no cost to enter the ruins. I will return again for a better look as it was raining and cold the day we went.

Thank Leeanne G
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Reviewed 11 September 2014

Hair-raising mystery. Whoever is buried here -Alexander the Great, his son or Roxanne or another great military figure- must be someone important. The two female statutes - similar to the Karyatides- in Parthenon, Acropolis, are so beautiful. Excavations are still going on and from what I gather they will continue for a long time as new findings get unearthed everyday.

2  Thank SophiaSeriouslyNow
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Reviewed 16 November 2013

Very interesting place to visit. !

Recent excavations have brought the global archaeological world as an excellent discovery! Revealing a funerary monument of the Hellenistic period unique in size-approximately 500 meters perimeter-is very likely to lead us to finding the tomb including Queen Roxanne and his successor Alexander IV, son of Alexander the Great!
Archaeologists will bring to light a landmark site for world history and culture!
The excavations,started in September 2012 and still continues.

Thank thanja
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Reviewed 8 October 2013

Not very big or very interesting place to visit. Better not spend the time to go there.Just a smal piece of mosaic must by interesting.I not recommend this archeological site ,maybe just if you stay for some days in region and don't have nothing to do.

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Reviewed 30 July 2018 via mobile
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