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It's another monument in the city of Larisa! Not really much to see, if you are good with Greek History it has a good meaning etc. You for totally need a travel guide for sights like this. It's in the middle of the town 5...More
This is not Bucephalus, the horse of Alexander the GREAT. This represents a tribute to the THESSALY HORSE OF ANCIENT TIMES, 5000 yrs or more BC. These horses were not very tall but quick and with a great figure. Bucephalus indeed was a Thessaly horse....More
Unfortunately it looks like the statue is starting to fall to pieces.Which is a shame for such a famous horse.I have put a screensaver to show where it is.It is below the large church on a small grassy area.