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Mycenae wheelchair accessible tours, was one of the most important places in Ancient Greece.
The fundamental role of the city marked an entire era, between 1600 and 1100 BC, giving its name to the Mycenaean period.
Among amphitheatre, palaces, tombs and still partially recognizable city streets.
In Mycenae wheelchair accessible tours you will immerse yourself in an ancient world, made of legends, myths and surprising stories.
OriginS of Mycenae is still unclear.
Many clues suggest that the city was not founded by the Greeks but by pre-Indonesian populations or from the island of Crete.
In fact, in Crete, at the time of the foundation of Mycenae, the Minoan civilization was experiencing its golden age, a fact that could support the second hypothesis.
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City of Mycenae wheelchair accessible tours, It was surrounded by a series of satellite centers of no small importance.
Such as Tirinto, Midea and Argo.
But also others certainly less known to tourists, but historically relevant, such as Lerna, Asine and Trezene.
In a few tens of kilometers, therefore, many of the most important pre-classical archaeological sites in Greece are concentrated.
The mighty fortress ruled by the lineage of the Atrids, whose famous representative is Agamemnon, head of all the Greeks in the war against Troy.
At the foot of the fortress of Mycenae wheelchair accessible tours some of the rich tombs of the kings and princes of Mycenae are visible.
Circle A, the Circle B, the Tomb of Clytemnestra or the treasure of Atreus, also known as the Tomb of Agamemnon.
Most famous image of Mycenae, but also the one that remains most impressed in the memories of each visitor, is the view of the imposing cyclopean walls.
They were built around 1300 BC, whose thickness varies from 3 to 8 meters.
Lion Gate stands out in its majestic simplicity on the cyclopean walls.
Surmounted by an imposing monolith on which two lions are depicted facing each other on the sides of a column, which probably held a statuette.
Behind the Lion Gate there are the houses and the majestic palace of the ruler of Mycenae.
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