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Archaeological Museum of Drama

The museum has been in operation since 1999 and the finds it houses record the cultural history of Drama from the Middle Paleolithic to 1914.

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Temple of Dionysos

Of particular interest is the existence of the Dionysian cult of the Early Hellenistic god in the Municipal District of Kari Vrisi, which is preserved in very good condition.

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Amphipolis Archaeological Site

The city was founded in 438/7 BC, but the area had already been inhabited since prehistoric times. Archaeological findings from the Strymon estuary area have been evidence of human presence on both banks of the river since the Neolithic and the continuation of life as well as the Bronze Age.

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Archaeological Site of Philippi

The ancient city of Philippi was founded on the outskirts of the swamps that covered the southeastern part of the Drama Plain. The city of Philippi is the most important archaeological site of Eastern Macedonia. Its first settlers were settlers from Thassos, who founded it in 360 BC. the Crinidas colony. The city flourished during the Hellenistic years.

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Train Station- Train Museum

Drama Train Station is within the city. The station opened in 1895 and is served by long-distance trains between Thessaloniki and Alexandroupolis.

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The Acropolis of Platania

The existence of organized life, at least 3,500 years old, in Platania of Drama, was brought to light by archaeologists in an attempt to determine the historical, economic and cultural role played by the area.

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Hellenistic tomb

The Hellenistic Tomb on Troy 1 Street is a monumental Macedonian-style tomb that was used from the last decades of the 3rd to the middle of the 2nd century BC. century It consists of a built-in stepped “road”, anteroom and a burial chamber.


Stronghold “Lisse”

Lisse Stronghold is part of the Metaxas Line and is a short distance east of the village of Stronghold and about 2 km from the town of Nevrokopi, on the hill that rises in the Nevrokopi plain. The fort was named Lissé from the old name of the neighboring village, which was named Ochyro.

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