The time of the day when the sun waves goodbye, it’s a time that casts magic on nature. Wonderful colours make up the backdrop against which the celestial traveler leaves its daily scene.
Lesser known archaeological sites in eastern AtticaLocated about an hour from Athens, the archaeological sites of eastern Attica may not be as famous as the Parthenon, the Erechtheum, the temple of Poseidon in Sounio or the ancient agora under the rock of the Acropolis, but they still majestically convey a piece of ancient Greek history to the modern visitor.
These are places of worship of the 12 Olympian gods (the Dodecatheon), praised by great playwrights of antiquity, with one of them serving as a refuge for one of the most tragic heroines of Euripides, and where nature and the sea are in perfect harmony with the ancient architecture.
These four archeological sites on the east side of Attica should be visited at least once.