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The magnificent worth seeing of Skopelos Island.

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SKOPELOS WORTH SEEING

A tomb of Staphylos, 4 km from the capital. Its rich treasure led archeologists to deduce the tomb was that of an ancient king. Today the treasure can be seen in the museum of the nearby city of Volos, on the opposite coast of Greece.
The few remains of the temple of Asclipio (4th Century BC), on the beach, near the capital.
A Castle of the city of Skopelos (13th Century), high above the capital, at the site of the ancient acropolis. Today very few ruins remain in place.
The Ancient Tombs excavated in the rocks, at Sentoukia, in Mount Delphi. Due to their location, they can be reached only on foot.

A kolostorok of Skopelos are also worth seeing.

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Panormos„Kastro fal - Kr. 5. Században

Two round towers on the top of a small hill plus part of the citadel wall are all that remain from the ancient town, which probably extended along the whole valley. The western tower is dated the 5th century and the eastern 4th century BC. Many sculptured stones and pieces of pottery are littered around the site. They may also have been a temple devoted to the god Pan.

Szent Szófia, a blói régi keresztény templom - Kr. E

If you are genuinely interested in ancient remains, the ruins of this church can be found, in dense bushes, behind the house where the electricity poles are located. Furthermore, this house incidentally, features in the popular local storybook Gates of the Wind.

Selinus 'Castro fal ( Loutraki) - Kr. 5. Században

This citadel was 350m above sea level and built on a small hill. The remains of its wall can still be seen. A temple of Athena (Minerva) was also here, as an inscription was found – Kleaeneti Diodorou Priestess of Minerva. A statue of Venus was also discovered plus a good reproduction of a statue of the Virgin Minerva by Phidias, pottery, coins, and a marble burial vault from the Roman era. Also, parts of two ancient walls can be seen on the street that runs behind the kávézók at Loutraki. Ez az utca balra van, amikor közeledik a tengerhez.

A római fürdő ősi romjai - Katakaloo, Loutraki

In the cliff face, directly beside the sea, are the remains of Roman Baths. Locals say there are also remains under the sea in the area.

Eefastos (vulkán) templomfal maradványok, Ag. Constantinos - Kr. E. 3. század

Eefastos, one of the 12 gods of Olympus was the god of Fire and Metal. He was the son of Zeus and Ira. Out of the two myths about him, where is the one. Both say he was born disabled and ugly! So, not a lot going for him really. However, against these odds he managed to marry Afroditi, even though she never loved him; but not before his mother tried to do away with him by throwing him off the top of Olympus! Luckily 2 demi-gods found him and brought him up in a cave near the sea where he learned to work with copper. There he planned his revenge. He made and sent his mother a throne containing a pair of secret manacles. When she sat down, they automatically trapped her.

The gods called upon Eefastos to help release her but he refused. So Dionysos volunteered to render him drunk and bring him. And so he did, on a donkey! After Ira’s release, Eefastos stayed on and worked his forge where he made several interesting things, including Achilles’suit of armor, Hercules’s breastplate, and Apollo’s arrows. The roman word “Vulcan” has given the English word “volcano” as the word “Eafastos” given Greek the word “efaisteo”.

A Templom (valószínűleg Minerva) fala a Polemistra templom mögött marad, a templom egy négyzet mellett épült, amelyet két, 6 / 5 századból származó fal támaszt fel.

Tornyok - Glossa környéke - ie 4. Században

Selinus dél felé nézett, így az északi terület nagy része nem volt látható a fellegvárból, és ez kiszolgáltatott helyzetbe hozta őket. Ezért számos megfigyelőtornyot építettek. A mezõgazdasági dolgozók összegyûlhetnek és jelezhetik a várost.

Szarkofág

Szarkofág ”található:

  • Kilép a belső falból az első üzletben, a domboldalon az Ambrosia tortaüzlet mögött Skopelos város.
  •  A Szent Mihály Sinadon templomba és a Panagia Eleftherotria templomba fészkeltek.
  • Aloup késői hellenisztika
  • Sendoukia - 4 ősi sírok, ástak a sziklába - Stoneage
  • Alikias- similar in style to the Sendoukia graves; this lidless sarcophagus is in an olive grove, not on a walking route and rather difficult to find.

Számos templom létezett, általában Minervának szentelt, de nagyon kevés maradt fenn. A maradványokat a keresztény egyházakba falikázták, amelyek helyüket vette át.

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